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NO, I I s l ill s.siii I I I l IKI ss III I'll A V FAILED 18 GET U.S. eei III li Ml 11 MOHK I I i : till, lil U HUH i 10 IKE CONCESSIONS MEDIATORS VISIT TO WASH 1NGTON APPARENTLY WAS A FAILURE SAYS HE STILL HAS H3PE Argentine Minister Spent Yes terday With Secretary Bryan and President Wilson WASHINGTON, June lit Hopa Dial tin- wavering mediation prog-rum still might tiring peace in Mexico wan expressed here lute tonight hv Argen tine Minister Nuon us he took the train for Niagaru folia after a sorlag of conferences with President Wilson unit Secretary liryan nod l.uia Car brera, of the Washington agency of tin' constitutionalists, Neither Mr No. hi nor Billy of lliosi' with whom iii had conforred would . .i whether any new plan had been devised in break the seeming final deadlock ut Niagara Kalis, in official quarters, however, it wan made known that there hail been no change In the poslti f tin' I'nlted State thai unly a constttitlonallat could he accepted in in a. I tin' propoaed provlalonal gov ernment in Mexico City, Mr. Nuon arrived here early in the day from New Iflngland, where In- hail gone i" ri Ivc honorary university degrees, Ho first consulted with the secretary of atate and thoj conferred fur two hour. I. air la the evening tin' Argentine minister returned to bis legation and there nut Mr. Cabrera, with whom bi' talked for two hours, Mr. Cabrera soughl to conceal hli v isi t to tin' Argentine legation and later denied that be bail be there, II" no sooner b id lofl man Secretary Hrysn arrived and took the minister to (be White House, following the conference with tin" president, Mr. Naon .said there still was , ncouragoment for mediation and Secretary Uryan reiterated bis declar ation thai m, -diat ma was progressing satisfactorily, No nffiri.il word cams from tbe president. vv hen Mr. Naon left bis first con ference wiib Secretary Bryan be was asked directly If there was still hope for in, 'illation. "i always look inward tbe light," he said. "What if tbe light Is put out?" WW suggested, "i never could grope in tbe dark" was Mr. .Nairn's reply, When the secretary of Mat,' and Mr. Naon left tin- White House after 10 o'clock they were besieged by news paper men. Mr. Bryan with a salute t. the correspondents said tu the Ar gentine minister: "Here are the newspaper men." "Vis," said Mr. Naon, responding to the Introduotion, "but there is n,,t bim.' I ean say." "All thai can be said." Mr. Bryan asserted, "Is that mediation Is pro gressing satisfactorily." Neither ho nor Mr Naon would ad mit thai there had hr. a a consultation wiib a representative of the constitu tionalists, When a representative of tbe Asso ciated Press who bad seeta Mr Ca brera enter tin' Argentine legation asked ihe latter about bis visit, Mr. Cabrera expressed emesement, "Kin you do not deny thai you were tin re "" he w as asked, "Certainly i deny it " "Hut you weri' aeen whim you drove up in ih,' victoria witti lb,- old gray horse", 1 1 Continued on Pago Two i WONT NAME CANDIDATES XWmmaii) Won Victor) Ovei the ItofuttDurs, NEW V'lliK .tune 111 Tin State conference of Democratic leaders ad Jo urn i d today with, on planning any method by which candidates might be suggested for tbe Doming State pri mary 'rhi' conference formally ex pressed lis opinion that no suggestion as to candidates should bo made ut this or any futon conference called or held under auspices of the state committee. The sense of the gather ing as against any Interference with ih,' new primary taw which abolished the formal statu convention, The conference ended in a victory for Tammany hall, whoso adherents defeated a proposal that Democrats of th state '.hi another conference to recommend candidates for tin, pri mary election, The conference de cided 'bat the chairman of the state committee should appoint a commit- t, r i! to draft a platform to be submitted to a future general con ference which, however, shall nut take ui' th" matter of eandldatea Authorisation for the chairman to make these appointments eras granted by the State ommlttee Immediately after the general conference ad journed. 25 LAWYERS CONVICTED Mn't (,o to .tin r,u Insulting ibi-i l.ovcl'limrllt. ST. PKTKRSBUKO, dune 19. The trial of tS lawyers on a charge of in sulting the ministry of Justice during tin- trial of Ml mb I B lltss ended to day iii Hie conviction of nil th, fle tends nts, Two were sentenced to terms of lght and tin- others to -,x months' Imprisonment each, The lawyers drew up a stron-,- pro tin in which it was alleged thai the ministry of Justice .'mi ,he court at Kiev, before Which l'eli-s WBs tried. were Inspired by racial and natl ion tnmlty. m i The sentences Imposed on the law seta deprives them or their political right httl not their Civil rights. ThiT , nit room was crowded With no in-I bars of the dutnu and other public 1 imn. The defendants Were repre siht'.'d bj Ibc fot st advocates In Russia. M. Robltrheff, or. .f the advo catea, wag called to order h) tie pi st dr.t of the court When he declared tin trial was a I", arriaue nf Jus- tire. and ti nt ail honorable men hsd been Indignant over the prsossdlnn in ihe triui of Utilise. Jr ml f - 1 fed T I l.s A . 0 Iv I, A 11 0 M A , S A T l I 'PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER URGES SOCIAL REFORM .i r n B 20 inn T 15 N PAH KM S I N IX ill I IMMIK'N l VI i. II I I II I1- .11 N I lilt I DIC 4 III m Hnnl l t i III It D 1 1 1 i i . ioui:ii ihhtv it smu FRANK FRIDAY FLETCHER WASHINGTON, Juno It. Rear Admiral Frank Friday Fletcher Is slated for the commaind of the entire Atlantic fleet of the United States navy, following the official commen dation oi ins conduct during the taking of Vera Cms in April lb' will Bucceed I:, -ad Admiral Charles B. Hi.dger, woh will soon end his flaed tour a first officer of tho navy on sea duty. The commander-in-chief of the American navy Is ranked only by Ad miral Dewey, and Rear Admiral Fletcher's promotion is intended to be a direct recognition of his work. BO nl lint smith V' IRT s.M ITH, .lime : I. With the government thermometer registering a i tion loss than 8U degrees today was th" hottest of lb,- year. BEAT HARVARD IN MOST REMARKABLE RACE IN MODERN HISTORY CREWS WERE EXHAUSTED Fought Out the Bitter Four Mile Ruce to the Lust Few Inches. MOW LONDON, Conn. June 19. l! a uiaiKln of four in, bos. a!,' won ihe varsity four mile eight -oared ruce on thr Thames river here late loda) uftot ii struggle that will stand out tu rowing history when the competing) oai : men are forgotten, Through a four-mile lane of arhis I and motorboats, the IS orew-men tolled at :h ' unison ami blue tipped oat? as no galley slaves w labored under the lash, while thousands or spectators on ghoro and on observa tion trains shrlolcod hysterically, When the knife-like plows of the racing shells bad cut past the flret line of fiai s ai d tii rsmon dropped with heaving i bests and sweat-dimmed ves, few ut ih" thousands know whe ther victor had perched on tho bow of t he V il" or I he Harvard I a. Inn i CI af i. I i ui bo ird the judge's boat at the finish 1 in could bt seen th" arbltem of the roe gesticulating In en while first a blue flag ami i ii1.- one .is w a v ",f 1 1 f a lone, pole mi the scliool I'eiii, lals Klloiibl no, re.ilioo Wail, in to ( ojuiuunil I l(,v HAS SAME INITIALS ftj JUDUE WLL1AMS OF DURANT MADISON, Wis, Juno It, The smploymanl of school principals as civic secretarial to dtreei social and recreational activities of i in unit leg in which the) livi, was urged tonight bi Miss stargarut Wilson, daughtei of th" president, as th, nexi step m the development of th" social center movement .miss Charlotte Perkins Oilman of New org dlstmroeil with Miss Wilson as iii the BdvtaabJ)it) of making the schoolmaaler assuuie ibis double rule. 1'otb spoke at tho slati i ipltul at a meeting prellmtgtjir) to the ilrsl nu llonal conferonce on eivt, secretnr) ships as a featUN of puhlb servleo, to be held here in .laly "We have our school houses throw n open by law to tie lomiuunltj in main si. Hi's," Miss Wilson said, "ami we miii some agonc) I,, beckon us into tho buildings "I ton's",' the tun, when the school men "ill bo th" greatest force in tho rommunttv, w hen bj Ihein shall be I rdinated t be education of chil dren and that of tin parents The business of directing the work should I," done by a paid publli servant, to be remunerated out of tin public funds " SAID 10 BE IULSA C.iusetl Great Sensation m Roll to Oft Circles Here and ;it Oklahoma City. nn VE TERRIFIC MINE EXPLOSION ENTOMBED 250 IN COAL MINE Out of HO Already Rescued, All But Four Are Now Dead. LETHRRIDQE, Alberta, Canada, June Is, A might explosion today entombed 860 minors in Mine No. 10 1 of tho mil Crest collieries, Ltd. nor ftft) mimis rosi'ued only four ware iiviiik tonight, OesDlte the efforts of two score' f, i "lire then u m lb" el a been atlon tiauiH tho clans of Harvard and ale 1 1 rod bj turn, Slowly the Harvard colors began to sink as the JuiIkc finally resorted to the megaphone ami screamed across tho water than I'ala bod won its firs! varsity race in seven years by less than a foot in 21 min utes ami Hi seconds, with Harvaro crossing the liio- one-fifth of a second later. The victors ami vanquished saa or beard little ,,f tlm celebration, Eg baustcd nature was taking lor toll. Drifting slowly up stream with the' tide went the two shells Side b. Sld. Too exhausted to hold thomselves up right, those who hail the strength and nils lo do II Splashed Water on their1 exhausted crewmates, Never In U history of inter-collo-glutc rowing has there been a greater exhibition of bulldog determination and grit on lb" part of sixteen on ru men, seated in rival shells. They rode side bj sob- with Vale always si 1 1 Iiir the pa, Nov er once was there) open water between the shells The blue held the advantage bj from a 'in. itter to three-quarters of a shell at every ring except tnosa maraing iw three and a half mile st Itlon. Here the crimson crew made Us bid for vir ion and for a few hundred yards led by several feet. The Ell S l n gained the i, ad. however, which they m ver relinquished Many Harvard adherents left the mine experts tailoring mum me puis - OUOUS gases and debris, bop,, of res- , van! bad WOO. I here was no noes. CU'lig alive the -''Hi men et ill the I howcv.r. as to the Vale victory. mine was remote I The three officials differed as to tbe The effects of the disaster were: Inches, but officially Ided that I'sle Men in mine when expiosbm oc- had crossed the line about four inches curred BOO of which 350 escaped. ahead, Number rescued (0 of which 40 i fay Ntrkalls, the lale reach, said 1,1, , I he nev er had seen or in aid of SUcn a Miners still entombed 800, proh- close finish In a race of guch S dis nbly kilb-l bj fire will b followed the tanee explosion AS the slatting signal w is given At dusk a group of women stood ntl Vale upo"W.. to gel the ulilOhe-.: tin mouth "f the mlno, which had Rrlp on the watei and shot ,.v.,i been close, I by tin- explosion, still1 with Harvard a few feet in the rear hopeful that the cries for help Hint Both strokes set a puce of close to 40 issued from 'be inner workings earlelr '" the minute for a short distance a id in Ihe day might be repeated. Hater, then settled down for tbe long race however, mans of the women iii- ahead, persed expressing the general feeling As the first mile nags slipped be-' that the situation of tho.- Imprison, d hind, Vale bad Increased her lead to a'as hopeless I three-quarters of s length, using a 3d The explosion, about V .'I til., SiC'oK KM use I" llllivii"! .-. null 'ij 10 the countryside, lifted the roofs from Hie finish Vale held her thr quarters many cabins and demolished numcr- length lead, although Harvard was our small building rowing four strokes to the minute A moment after the explosion, faster, number of panb stricken surface Between the two and s hair and workers rushed from the mine, fol- three mile flags the shells ran into lowed by a dens,, cloud of smoke and choppy water and both buns badly t ois',, no us fumes. uevween mrtiKc Li SHOT Ifl fl BATTLE DESPERATE CROOK BATTLED WITH POLICE IN RES TAURANT Inspector Died and Thug W;i Captured After Being Wounded BOSTON, June 19. Police Inspec tor Thomas IT, Norton was shm and fatally wounded todav In a sensational revolver buttle following an attempt to arrest Lawrence liobtnsou, wanted in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on charges of murder and robbery. Rob inson was token to a hospital utter ing from three bullet wounds He probably will recover. His companion Joseph I'- Dunieli was locked up on a charge of first degree murder. The ii, spect, ir died soon after reaching ' a hospital, The shooting took place in a crowded basement restaurant in the business district. Private detectives w ho hud trailed Robinson enlisted the aid of Notion nud two plain clothes officers. Entering the cafe, they found bun sitting at u table with 1 au lets, When the police inspector placed his band on Robinson's arm there was an instant display of revolvers. A ' hot. said to have been fire, I by Rob inson, struck Norton in tbe abdomen and be fell. Leaping over the body, Robinson darted for the stairway leading up to the slreet, Three shots from the olfl cers' weapons struck him Just as he lea, In il the st, ps One cilered bis arm, another Ins back ami the third bis neck. Although seven Iv wounded, he emptied bis revolver In the direc tion of th,- detectives and reached the street where a mounted policeman overpowered him, Inside ihe cafe meanwhile, detec tives had grappled with Daniels ami arrested him. Through the shooting, i ( -,,n I in, MM Two i INM U.I Ml VI Appeals for help were dispatched to man) towns and residents organized an emergency crew and began the w ork of rescue, when the first rescue crew arrive a larae force of men set about to. clear the shaft, working desperately as the moans of ihe entombed men came feebly from the mine. Tile, moans became fainter ami finally , eased. Thousands of tons of nn k I have fallen into the mine and It is feared the men, even had they escaped death from the poisonous fumes, probsbl) were , rushed to death by falling debris. yo Information as to whit causae the explosion bus been given, but It Is believed it vvim due to gases. Th as Qulgley, superintendent of the mine, entombed. Rarly tonight two trains filled with expert mine workers, doctora, nurses end officials ot railways, arrived and the work of rescue was hecun In fi systematic Way, The experts found tumbled In a chaotic mass, horses. llmbera, wagons and mining para phernalia, Indicating the for, r ib.e plosion. l ire broke out soon r.fter the ex- p:, ion but died out. although uns f ntcs made it Impossible for the men ' work effectively for several hours, The explosion tore out both ends of the nit and bloi ked no tho Interim of 'be n orklnir In the final fiubt. tbe two news held their rowing form In splendid fashion and the two shollH crossed the line as though driven by motors. Chanler stroking thirty for Harvard lo Appleton'a It for Vale. These figures show the closeness of the race: Half mile. Vale first. L' : 1 L' . Hur- vard, 2:14. One mile. Vale r, ox; Harvard 5:11. Mile and one-half. Vale 7. all; Har vard, S:0l. Two miles. Vale 10:30, Harvard, 10:32. Two and one-half miles, Yale IS:0( 1-2. Harvard, 11:10 1-2 Three miles, Yab-, 1(:5I; Harvard, 10:01. Three ami a hair miles. Harvard IS:IS 1-2; Yab'. Is. 33. Pour miles. Yale 21 10, Harvard, 21:16 l-.V BUTCHERED BODY FOUND lb liev'' V nil rut '"I Mai Murdered , Have lb , II BOHNECTADT. N. Y.. Juno II. A part ,f the bodv f m unidentified i oftg woman whom authorities be lieved was murdered, was raised fit m Ho- Miilinv.k liver today by fish, r ini'it. The upper pari of the trunk and the legs lad been harked away. ni ikins It almost tm- Tbe rest of the Dooy had teen i. , ...il.b. 1 1 , ii in enersnce Most of the wrapped in oin loin. sew. t in a te r- mlners wen working about four hun-1 lP c" nd weighted vmh a slab dred feet inside the mine. I of concrete. Most of the men are foreign-horn I City and county officials hope a but .i larce number of them are hug- Wte oversklrt and S Part of a pet lish le-akliiK tp oat found In the sack may help to 1 'I establish the victim's Identity, .on EscatM-d Death, 1 leers dragged tho river for s.v- L1BOE Belgl In .Inn- II Tw!ernl lours tonight In a futile at'empt hundred coal miners narrowly escaped'!0 '""it" niiir parts or in.- te.dy i l oco Pardons lloollcgger i ndcr I n usual ondil kiiis OKLAHOMA I'lTV, June , . (Special, I I pon the en, lin, ,ii that Ii- pay bis fine t,, the stale in in stallments of per month, Will Reed, convicted in Canadian county in November, mil. of violation of the prohibition law. vv ., slanted a parole by Governor Cruce I 'riday. Reed vaa sentenced to pay ,, fine of GO0 ami costs if I6,1S ale I to solve HU days In Jail The stale board of prison control recommended tho parole ,,r Reed upon ih,. strength of .. statem.nl of Alva McDonald, former Progressive state chairman, v im was undersherlff of Canadian countj at the time Reed was taken into custody, and who per sonally made th,- arrest. McDonald stated that be l, id known Reed for years and was fully Convinced at the lime ho arrested him that he was ma guilty but believed that the prosecu tion arose through personal enmity of tin' county attorney and county judgi at that time Reed has served out his Jail sent' m , ind Governor Cruce states that it would be better under the circumstances for him to pay his tine m cash than to lay It out In Jail Pb, ,1, ,c ranb, r- KeleH liollaoanobs I ATLANTA. .1 inn 111 India lapolis today was selected as the convention city for lilt by the Photographers' I association of America nt the closing session of its annual convention here. w it. Towles, Washington, l. ' . was ! elected president. i IK LA Hi IMA CITY, ' ikla . June i! - I Hpl cial ' Tin gdt "ill ot another Democratic candidate foi governor In the primal) race who bears initials Identical with those ,,i Judgo 11 I. Williams of I nn. int. who ia one of the hading candidates In the roc, caused a political sensation Krldus The apparently Innocent announce ment , f Ro) I.. Williams of Tulsa lis a , audi, bit, lor governor publlahed as a political advertisement In tin the hearts oi sonic of lh Williams followers w ii, ii i he t ii ii significance, oi the inov, dawned upon them Poli- vv i go to the I luru nt I u rial been ic e of confusion as to the t wo nemos, If onlj Hi" initials of each cgndl ' is punted oil Hie ballot, the a. nn, s will be Identical and lie w it liout .. map and a churl an Ii 1 1 which Williams ihey are voting for 'Ihus thousands of the supporters of .1 oi n ill s might I,,- ,i. elved mi,, voting for a candidate unknown In tlieiu either personally , r bj repu tation. The new candidate for g v , i nm w is nlinosl tb" hole topic of discus sum lu political cli l, s I'Ttduj The iucston wan being nskwd whether i be no lib nt w as pui i iv an accldi st or the result of a smooth political vi' on the part of the Haskull- H'cst crowd or of some other rival of judge Williams. Some of the w llllams men are i hat Ins thai i he move is a poltlcal i rick w in, n Is In tended to Injure the candidacy of Judge Williams. 'I bey say thai opponents of Williams tried t,, pull otf a similar deal Willi the aid of a man living In Beaver county and With one livluc in .1 a, k -son county, but lailed in both ven tures winie rotation is secured on the primary ballot ibis year under n llew la VV , t Ills W ill Hot Dill Lite I he chain ei ,,f confusion w in, h might arise over similarity of nanus ,,f can didate! i milling for tho mil ffico ll appears that someone slipped one "V , i on i he i Iklahnman, whh h la reputed to be the loading Williams 1 "I gan of t he state, w llell It gllVO ' lata w ide Ireulatlon to t he Hoy Wll bams announcement, possibly not i flSlllllH;- OH Hie Wide swath Hie low candidate would cut in t he strength o lie Ouranl candidate. The nnnoui menl that Ro) I. 1 Willi.. ins of Tulsa was a Democratic candidate for governor caused nn up huaval In local Democratic circles yesterday The Rol Williams head- nuni tors here at once got busy and announced last night that Iho onlj Roy Williams thej could locate hi re In Tulsa was a negro They stab ,1, hovvev , t . that t he state election board rt fust l t" allow Roy Williams to file I because be was n,,t old enough, tho minimum for s candidate for gov ernor How, ver, it w.is .'Is,, reported that Roj W llllams is a booth ggor of Tub. i and that C N Haskell and I Tate (-trad) know more about il,,, matter than thoy i ire to lell DON T LIKE THE DELAY IN NEW HAVEN CASE ttlortic) i , o, i ii May Not Wall nr MassaoliiiMvUs IjOgislaturc lo Act. WASHINGTON, June m Reports from Huston that commltteoa of the Msaacbuaotte legislature contemplated postponing until January action on the proposed bill to enable the , w Vol k. New H v i u A I la i I foi ,1 i. nl ioad to dispose of lis Uoston Maine holdings were the subjects of much comment today at the depart ment of Justice. Attorney Oeneral Mclleynolda declined lo discuss the matter bul the general opinion in of . total circles was thai if the legists .lure adjourned n'xt month without passing ihe bill, the department promptly would lile a suit to fores dissolution of tin- New Haven from its subsidiaries, Disposition ,,f the rtotton a- Maine st,,. k was the chief step In the dis solution plan by which tho greut Ni w hngland rain,, ad system was to avoid ant I trust prosecution The attorney general agreed to wait until January 15 fur the transfer of the Boston ,V Maine stock, and was granted to gel the necessary enabling grunted to get th necessary enabling i act tbio gii the Maaaachueetta bais- lature it is said, however, thai s i delay until January scarcely Would be considered reasonable by the depart : ment. a 'I' MISS MADKLIN : I "ISiiN. 1 1 1 1 A N i K , ; inurrluge of t in- noted inveutoi 's (lUllgbll'l to Johtl Sloan,', s f In. and Mrs O'Connor Hloane, ,,i W'Sl Orange, n J look place Wednesday, ' iva park, West Orange Tb, Rt Rov, Monslgnor James V Mnoney, presl b ut of bet,, i, Hall college pel formed the ceremony, Tw islns of tho in id, w ere maids of honor WITH 30,000 MEN WERE READY TO FOLLOW VILLA Waiting Anxiously the Apt: lint ment of Cabinet by Citrranza. LARKDO, June 19 fifteen gen erals of the constltutlunalud army, commanding a combined for sti- m il, ,1 at 10,000 men, i enounced i ten oral ('arransa us "first chlof of the conHtttutlonaltst movement In s note nenl lo his headquarters al Ihe time i , neral Villa r signed lenei al villa did no! sign the communication, Tins ami other d, talis suiproased by a rigid censorship al Haltlllo, became known ut the border today with the arrival "i travelers from Bultlllo and Monterey. the communication n was authurL tatlvely said. Informed the man who bis been the b.obi of the constitu tionalist movement since its Incep tion, that the c n, i. lis would continue to fight against Huerta, but would bold themselves subject to General Villa's orders and would not recog nise Carranaa, lief. lie tie ti iveieri left Baltlllo, the breach bad not been healed by the on, pi , unise since announced, and b ad, is in the constitutionalist move, menl foaring disintegration of the lor, e who h they had built up, had summoned every available man of In fluence to bring the factions to gether, Soi loubt of the effei I ,,f the dissension on the course of th n- rlltutlonutlet movement was expressed by men who are closely In touch with revolutionary affairs in northern Mexico, even though the breach ap parently is healed and both sides agreed to continue against n common enemy, The plan of Quadalupe, ,m who It tin constitutionalist campaigns have been baaed, provides that the first chief of the constitutionalist army should remain at Ho load of His movement as provisional proficient after Huerta bad been eliminated, until nn i b Hon had been h- Id and the result voiced. Hitherto Car ran ta has been undisputed first , hief What if, t on the future of the movement the fact that the largest and most powerful single unit nf that army hsa denied bun that uiie ami authority will have, cannot vet be learned a cording to the travelers They said th- Carranta forces apparently 17,150 Wm i'1 Mii'inni otfoulfctlon rtf Tim Wiii l! and Hun yt'Hl i lay I'll ICE FIVE CENTS 10 BREAK UP 109(1! UNLESS HUERTA YIELDS CONFERENCE WILL END TODAV OR MONDAY U. S. DELEGATES ARE FIRM Are I tending Pat on Their Re )ly to the Note of tho Kuerta Delegated. M.I.S. ,lun l'.l .1 ii.i- iieiuorandum to Kmlllo of ihe Mexican media i, announcing that the mu. I insist on the in1- Nl AtiA It A l I I, e I ,.1111.11 S II. il,. is i, head lion delugattt United Hiales ceptonee ,,t us plan for the pacllloa- tlon ,,f Mexico is an ultimutum, t'u l' ibe Huerta delegates yield, no di- allon vviii end torn w or Monday. Tin Is iii" firm d, termination of th" i a t led States as convoyed to Ilia I la tors to, I. iv Ambassador Pa Hanoi ,,i' liisill ami Minister biuareg of I 'hill. Uski d I lie Alio I I". I II Oele . gates ii i lo n uosil Ion had changed in v n w ,,r iiie Oarransa -Villa split and it was an Informal talk but served I" adt is, Hi,- no dial, us that ihe pub lished statements ol the American and Huerta delegates, will, opposite views, on t lie tv pi ol men ti pro Islonul piesldiiil i he unaltoi able attitude can government. Jllsl vv h it would be policy If inedl.ill, ,11 fill position it would make lean troops at Vers be selected fo defined clearly ,f lie Amerl- W II Lu gates action The si, ui t , rgen Stead vursltl hi t Tile I do II not moral dav I bom I 0Xll! Will vv bo Ills I I IIIKl, Hat been us, II I, StOplll d f returning s w here he rary degreea t"d back 111" Alio M, all or what dis- of the Amur- I'rur. Is not th,' American dele i, i ia commissioners know what course of Huerta may pursue, a held tm formal BOX- us,. Minister Naon of Wu .hiiigtou in- directly from unl- bas been t iving Minister Naon is rly tomorrow and ponfer tirst with his colleagues, are anxious to know whether inferences with officials al Wash II today do , loped a new road toward solum fronting then various plans Sellte, I li. (action ' th mediators' plan as wi fered by the Mexican bo recorded as u mult ol Hie problem 0OD Il It has not tho will be formally pre V.III bi , as of the I as that of. delegates will r of form to- llsapprovul by Ibe M, - iiie American plan. Auto- that would adjourn the eon- according to the rules of adopted w in i th. y prst Tho mediators, however, some names to suggest for presldont, bul have llttlo an agreement ean bn that up f 1 i n , b,ps pi,,. r tin glean w as Tho give ibuut get tier Willi b ins of mutually ferenoeSi pr Inn convened 1-1111 have pi ia Istonal llidie t lell' hell A report ti ,,tn Mi glee 'iiy I ClonoraJ Huerta bad decided ti point I'edro Lose u rain as mluist foreign affairs may change thi ni" aspect of things if II dei that Mr lascuraln Is to be made visional president, Irrespective o mediation proceedlntrs. Mr Rabasa, load of the Mi delegation, said be thought it Improh ible this would occur American delegates could not iho mediators any Information it Mr Laacuraln was minister of for elgn affairs under Madcro mid at his uverihroH became provisional presi dent, appointed Huerta to his cabl not aui then relinquished the presi dency to him M my constitutionalists b.iv" explained thai while the consti tutionalist order would be restored If Mr l.aseiirain became provisional president, they opposed his elevation i ins- of his unresisting subserv iency to Huerta'a assumption ot office. The Am, roan delegates hitherto are understood to have objected lo l.aseurain on the ground thai Ins re sumption of the for, 'inn ministry I would not mean a restoration of the constitutional order because bo vol untartly abandoned his right to hold that office Many lu re believe, how ever, the American government minht accept Laacuraln pending an s4eo- The following paragraph from the no no a an, lum of the American dele gates sums up thi stand Justice La mar and Frederick W Lehmann have I,, en Instruct d to held "The I'nltea States hi a party to the mediation 111 the hope that It might b ad to peace, and peace would bad to prosperity. The plan the American representatives propost and on which we muei insist will I,,- form ninted solely with that end in view.'' Another paragraph which is the 1 1 nit m ued UI Page T.v, dinih in the vieiiii m sti nay e coinerv near lo re t, day when fire penned them Inside. Pttf hundred men were in the pit. but two hundred trot out. The entombed men remained in II elr perilous position for Imiirn vlth the fire ru'lne inside tiie mine i ut finally es ii" d srith utiui. gin, -a. The Work will be resumed tomorrow. Mount l a j ii In I ruplion. SAN KRANCIBCO, .inn, 19. An ei option of Mount Kassen was re ported hre tonight, It was suld to have no feature distinguishing it the uid si 1 from disturbances thai have Bccurred I every few days this uiuii'.n. i IHI UOTTI -I DAI IN II I s For the first time In 1914 the mercury In the official govern ment thermometer yesterday passed the 100 mark by one de gree. The hottest mark ,,f tho season was n j",rted during His middle ,,f the afternoon. The hottest prev ious was a week arn last Wfi I ' s lay when the mercury reached 9S degrees. However, gt level tempera tures yesterday wen, several de grees highel than tliat shown on the governmt t recorder. THE JEFFERSON CLUB MET "Cotton mi'I-" it, !,, is lltad Meeting I n-I Mubl Ten members of ttm newly formed Jefferson Ian club not in the base ment of the courthouse last night to perfect the organisation of their so- eluty A constitution Which had been prepared by a committee was adopted and a number of speeches made, Tim object of the Jeffersoniati club, I according to their constitution, in Mto te urt and maintain a thorough Rem ocratls organUatlon throughout Tulaal county and to f, sttr Democratic prtn-! , I pies as enun late l bi Th ittiaa Jeffer-1 son." The Jeffersonlans are a band of rebels who formerly belonged toi Ibe "CultoU i vki" 1 EMPRESS STEERED BADLY Due stl, Narroulv IvOrteel n ( l- ll-loll QtlBBBC, .luiy II Rvldence In tended to corroborate th- contention of soma of tin- craw ,,t Ihe Itmprssa "f Ireland that the liner wan Steering erratically Just before she was lam med by th- collier fftaretad and went down In the Si l.iwini e nu r May 2'.i. with a loss ,,f more than thi IS and lives, today present, d before t', tjomlnlon commission Investigating th" disaster Members of the crew and tin' pilot of the ciibr Alden winch passed the liner f,-w hours before she sink, Wort the Km press Was siggagglng in! her course and Ihey had been forced to turn the Aide,, aside to . ,. ipe what they le lb vi, i Wi Hid Ii ive it s col itis Storst id. who wis aiding In the Ainein an K lection of th "American approved by Uvea have I, eel found cohvlctli of that plan WO rrss of t he vlcli that s Iv pei ,.iii guvernmen The , ollf'lse.l tetltlon of th" , eminent ih- Mex em IS" reds' n roK- the Amerl- iiohimtai oitin in nin.wii it HU ,'lu I I'lan a N, w firganicallon toi itcla-f. SAN A VP a, rdlng t has ,'!! h I the i r r. N i cross-exa in Inn tb-i owuets ol the 1- II sel f r the lollK'lluW.