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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE WEATHER. Th underflow - r thu afternoon or tonight. Cooler. Wednesday fair. VOL. XXIII. MEXICO WILL NOT BE ASKED BY THE UNITED STATES TO PAY ANY WAR INDEMNITY Wilson Will Be Content to Have Stable Government Set Up to Succeed Huerta NO REPARATION FOR LOSSES This Understanding Has Made It Easy for Delegates to Reach an Understanding Niagara Fail. If. v.. Juaa !. Masted will not :' asked 1 tlx' I'nited Stairs ta pa) I war ind'-tnnity. The Huerta government hM learned through Ihe A marl ran detegetaa thai Prealdenl Wtteoa win ba eonteal i" i , , i ap in Meateo a atabte govern ment in succeed tho Huerta rate. Tha lai anattoa iiiat i aa United Btataa would nut demand raparatioa for loaaea laatataad al Vera Crua, or ea i , i ia aa racmnponaed for the enor mous expenditures already made In an attempt lo pafilfj Mexico, was given lo the American aetegntea soon altar tha i onferaaot opened. Thla made it May fat tha opposing ill I' nates tu meet hMUMiaiOUaly. Il was reaponafbw 1MB!) for tha mm with which a general underatandlng was reai had between them, ami H lanl cdh ciatpnc) to tin- American damand thai i iiimUlotntten ba given the Conatitu tlonaltata cause. Arms For Rebels Held Up. Tin' queotlon uf ammunition reach lnt: tin- CoMtMoMonaltata Hum tha! United states was the ebtaf subject uf lodmy 'a cabinet meeting, and Bee re tar) Eta en 'iii was ordered ta held up m Qalveetan a cargo uf anus consigned ta 1 lira 1 1 M on tin" Morgan Hater Hi Siil. It Ih declared nn ilu Hons bav been seal relating to permtaetoa ta t i -tea mar Ant ilia tu lam! atninunit imi at Tain pice a Ben York atapetek Mid thi kgMtfl uf tha veaMl announced thai tha Antnia would land its cargo tanoi iinv. Rebels to Feed Refugees. Ban Dteaaa, CaJttn 'one A wlre- ii i rum the MttlMhlp California at M i .m Ian says: "Moved by tin- pleas of two hu mired star via-'. women, ndm beaougM him to end the aunTaringa of tha populace by the aurrondering the citv, tha military governor lias permit - tad in eon aombatanta who ao dealred ta vacate thatr dwellings and entar tha llnei i.r tha Conatttutionallata arho are baa minn t ha ott) . in M'tiirn far ration a, the Conatitu -Honaitata will rtpect to rocrall as man) refugeim as they hava aims for. CANDY TO FILL GAP IN LIQUORLF.SS NAVY Five Tons More of Sweets Ordered for Tars and Officers. Philadelphia, lone To Mttafi tht weet tooth of tha blnejacketa of the Atlantic reserve fleet, atatioaed al the Philadelphia itn yard, thi Rov ernmeM has eweed an order for M toai uf candy and Moaa packggM of aalted peanuts. Tha aailnra ava very fond of candy, Mlted pMntita and tobacco, and these three luxuries arc Indulged In freelj b) moal uf the enlisted men as aall aa itii era, 1 ' randy wlM ba packed In IHV helf-poand bonne, The aoppl) which was ordered last year amounted !6 tons af ranar, and thla baa beet lobbied up. An oaHcag stated today that the men ea( mure Mady when at sea than thO) I" in poet. Salted peanuts sell better " iurl than at Hca. He said it was x- pa tad the doth aclea would ba In R renter deaaaad than ever when the "drj ' na order K(es Intu IT- BMl Month. CENTRAL MINE REUNION. Tha icnimittee in ehnrgo of ",is viai's CeUttpJ Mine reunion is in COM "uim atieg with a number uf leadiM psaeere ami ocntera in gMferonl parti "' ih countrj and ho pea aoon tu ba We tu annoanca the data i i" 1,1 Ihe re-union and rame of tha principal naturae, uf the program. Tha roaamli ' la working bard ta comptete pn p aratloaa for this event at aa aarl) date. FOURTH OF JULY MEETING. ItiisinesMinen uf CalBMel will Bieel ftaradajp arankmi life Had Jackal 'i ' haatbar in take ap prellmlnat ! Nana, fur the idam laaiia of tha KVaarth Coauaittaaa win ba Mtnil ANOTHER PICTURE IS SLASHED. ,; "ninKham. Kiik.. June !. fl ette, ar mad w ith a rleevi r troyed ihe "PortrnM of a boy," ,:,"ii"Kham art gallery tudav teaa ai 1 1 sied. m lha Mm CONSUMPTION OF MATCHES ON WANE IN GERMANY: MAKERS VOULD SELL OUT. Berlin June I, The mal. Ii is toatttg ground, A fan .M ats a n the Oaraaaa factortea were supply inn an averaga ii IJPM mat ' in s far each pagaog am N iia. The use af etaotrtcH) and tha in irentten ol aatoanatlc Igniting devteea have su reduced tha consumption of mat' in s, the nMtnufacturera say, thnt the rate ,f use is ROW only l.J .'i Baatchea per peraon aaci day. T u auuiufacturjera, ateo dapraaaad by lha bMV) taxes Whteh have heen ieil PM their industry, are urini? i'i-' governBMBl to take uver h ir nctortea and i tahiteh a etata m mop ly in mati in s. The parckaaa arould tvqulca aonta 119,000,000, SEND BACK THREE RUSSIANS ON THE WAY TO MICHIGAN Conditions Oo Not Warrant In crease in Number of Laborers UTaahiagton, June i. The depart manl of kdMf has turned beck three taamlaranta, hMdad for Mtehigan) and given as its raaauai "The fact thai condltkini iu aol warrant an) increase in the number of kaborera there." Tins Indlcatea grave feara by tha adminiat ration of an Impending "army of unemployedH aol only i" Michigan, hut iii the country at btrgo. Raatrk tloa uf baMnlgrattea la tha ssi read Mrometer of tha adntialatra tlon'a belief la the eotntng f "hard l inns." Three llio:aans, ahte bodied, unas- aaiiad aa !.. eJeanai tar and aa to bMlth, ami auaranteed ggainal becoming iuii- lie etiat: i s. Wi le held il ill QUObOC hy LTnlted states iaamiaratloa BUthorittea, when thai dieoovi red that they Brora beaded for the Maeklgan Maar beal ii, i.is. Tho three HuMlana will he sent hark tu RUMbft, b) lha lirsi liner out uf Quebec. WARM FIGHT IN PROSPECT FOR BADGER STATE TOGA Racine, wis., June it. in reaponM tu an Invitation from the Progreealvea n( Reclne County. Lieutenan! Oovernor Thomu Horrta oame t.. thai i it. today t.. deliver tin- opetrtni apeech in bu , anapniaa for the United states Ban. a to. Then la every Indication that Wis eoneM la tu i"' treated tu a red-hoi senatorial eampnigB ending altk tha genteral prlnwrlea an Beptember I, w i en ;'ii pert tea witt aeieci their ran dldetea tu Bawoaad tha venerable laanc Btephenaon, arhoaa term la tha UnHed Slates set, ale will expire next Man h. Still a Republican State. Thongh ii irava its aketoral rota i ilsun in IflS, Wisc uitsin is still re garded as essentially a RePbllcafl Bmta, it i1 the ganaral belief that Senator Btepheneon'a Mcvaoaor will he ;l Ftepubiteaa, anteaa there is a com plete ypaai in the political aituatlori batiraM rot ami the election in No vember, in i oataaquence uf this behei the eonteal for the Republican aoml- ai fur aenatoi is attracting aaora attention than the , Mteal m the Daajg' oermtic side. Snppor'.fd by LaFollette. Lieutenan! Oovernor Munis, wbtm home is in i... Croaae. is the LafYrtletta candidate fo Ihe senate, and will have the support of "''"r from thla Btate. Benautr UiFVdtette baa atgnllied bia Intention tu come from oaahlngton and devote time .,r uei ka to apeech-BMhlna in tha halt r . , ,,( the tteutenanl governor, Gov. McGovern a Candidate. i anttenant Oovernor Morrhi win be , ,,,, , for the aanatorial aomhMtlon Uy oovernor it.., ..is B. McOovem, win. Will run as the .andidate uf the Bnooarell Ppabilcane. Oovernor Me Oovern araa always rated as a i.k..i i,.,te ma.,, until he h.d advanced su ( polHlca himself that he relused .I, rajkMfl I'"ll"tte urders in ,n thhaga anntor UFWtetta rMent McOovern'a Bapport uf RoooaMh in ,,. 913 convention, ami as laemenaiu Oovernor htetrte was an ortghnal U mt9 n11K ,. was choaen hy the aanator lo lead tha Hgh( agahnM M--Oe-rama adramnr t.. tu.- senate. FEW COMPLAINTS RECEIVED. mm CaloreM Mwnahlp boafdj ..r re rtea a la Msathnj tedaj ami teMor r. w win aaake a tear of the Mtera to re- i ,i, BUBMienta """ ""i ' .inst Bo far only a ry "' plalnla v 1 n celved. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 9, 1914. TOLLS REPEAL URGED TO MAKE BRITAIN ALLY? e Senator Smith Says Wilson Seeks England's Helping Hand in Mexican Trouble CLEMENCY FOR RYAN OPPOSED M'Reynolds Makes Recommenda tions to Cabinet-Saturday Work Day Shortened VSTMtlington, June ;i. In ihe Senate today, smith, uf Michigan, iaaiated that ic.iis repeal was urged hy the prealdenl to make an ally out of Bng- land la the Mexl an BttUatlon. "if the UnHed siateH will only give Ihe A. B. Bsedlatora a tree hand." smith said, "the occealoa for ihepaM are of this hill will he raoaeved.N McReynolds Opposes Clemency. Attorney Qeneral McReynoldB look tu the cablnei today hla reeommeeda tiiitiH on the appeal fur exectitive clam ancy uf former Prealdenl Ryan of the Structural Iron Workera ami tweaty others convicted in the dynamite ODO aplracj . Mo afBclal announcement was ma.ie, imi it is underal i the rec- um met ai. 1 1 iu us were unfavorable tu the appeal, it is Mid IfcReynolda look the ground that the men had been givra a thorongk trial. Four Hours' Work Saturdaya. PreMdent Wlteon today Blgnad an order dtreotlag all federal employee, aherever atationod, tu arorh only four boon on Baturdaya between June l ami September 16 of the preaenl year MOTION PICTURE PLAYS OF BIBLICAL OCCURRENCES PROHIBITED IN PRUSSIA. Berlin, June , There mil. t be ao Blblloal tiiuis iii Prune ta, according t a ruliiit: uf the hteheat admlnlatratlva cottrt uf the kinadom. The Berlin po llea p resident had prohtbtted the pn -duetlon of a Ban arhteh ga'V - roane srel.es f I u the ie Mtld KlIlTefillj; i uf t'hrist. The euiirt sustained tha notion uf ihe poMee, mi the ground "hat the Ckrlatlan reunion ia a pari of tha pub lic order nddch the police are iuiid lu uphold, The tear I ateo held that such a film gruaaly arounda tin- a-Htalbllitlei uf rallgloaa people, partteutarlj in view of the fai t ihat ii is Rtvetl along with light and bttMOffOUB produvthma. WEDS NAVAL OFFICER. New Fork, June it. Mlaa Brneatlnc 'an w.m u Rheln, daughter ( Dr. M. I,. Rheln' uf thla rlty, and Lieut. John Strung Ahl.uii. 17, S. X., antra married this afternoon in the Church uf the Heavenly Reet. Following the church ceremony there was a reception fur the blidal party and BjUBBta at the Wu- men'a Unh en it i lub. MACCABEES IN SESSION. Merging of Two Organization s Issue at Bay City. Hay city. Mk-hH Jun. . Hundreds uf ,ieli Kati.s ami nbsititt from maa) jmrtH uf the ei.untry are itteadlag the na th ma I convention of thi K'niuhts of the Mu.li rn Alan abees, , In. h assem hied in this city today fur a four days' i . su n The national convention f tho Ladies of the Modern Miciaheea also is III session. It is said the euli velitiun uf the Knlahts uf the M.idern Ala i rallies will take u, for . i msim r.i -! i n ami aethrti a, ,i .- I tu inetKe their order with th, KnlKlita uf the Ma' eaheeM uf the World. The twu .,r- ders wet.- ,,rl; in. illy one urKani.at imi, I. in a split i.e. urredVahi.iit inieen v.-irs ,iKu mi a i pn st ion af puli . The pn - - ill men. In r: h!i uf lli i . i , bees is nboul and thai uf tin Ma .il.ees uf tlie "Jfoild ah.. at Jx:,.tMMi. DIVORCE PLEA OF SCHUMANN HEINK GRANTED Court Instructs Jury to Return Verdict for Complainant Chicago, Juno St. Madame Schumann-Heink, the -famuli. . nntraltu. was uranled a iheoii.- from William Rapp. Jr. wbonl ardent epiatles hreathlnr, ami devulinn tu Airs. Catherine l nan. uf .New fork, were tin aetiHation of th- divierce .nit. No at tempt was made tu contradict thi authenticity uf the tetters credited to Rapp, Victor) caaM when Judge Ballllvan Inatructed the jury tu return a verdict in favor of the Manplaiaantj The Jndaja ruled there had been no evi dence tu show that the compJalnanl had been other than a ehaate ami vir tuous woman. The court held thai the evidence on a Btatutor) charge aiaana1 Rapp was nut oontrm erted. Repp'a coamaol motioned for a aen trial. MINERS IN THE PITTSBURGH DISTRICT RETURN TO WORK I'illshiirnh., I'a.. June . The ad justment uf the wage scale in the Pittaburgb ilatri. i resulted today in many uf the furls thousand miners mi Btrtke ratnrnhag to anark. Machine men win m paid N cents ami pick miiiers $1 1(1. Bach miner will he Beg plied with an electric safety lamp ami wear a rap ehnrged from a storage hat let y dally before the miner starts work. The lamps will cost the rem- neatea a qaarter ol a mllHtm ROOSEVELT IS GUEST OF ALPHONSO AND VICTORIA. Madrid, June I, CoL Runsev.lt to day was ihe stesl uf KiiiK Alphoneo and Queen Victoria at their summer home, futty miles from .Madrid. WHICH TRAIL? ANNUAL REPORT OE CALUMET & HECLA ISSUED Rock Tonnage Handled Last Year Not Greatly Under That Mined in 1912 COMMENT ON RECENT STRIKE Company Singled Out for Attack and Gross Misrepresenta tion by W. F. of M. I lout n, Mas.. June 9. The annual report f the Calumet Becla Mining "o. for the year ending Dec, SI, IMS, was, issued tula.. Taking into eutisid- erutloa the late strike ami tin- bMVj BXtra expense to whh h the euinpanv a as pin the faperl asakea verj net tefnetorj showing. DurlnR the e.ir 111 I the compam produ i l&,0td,ap pounda of copper. The price received for copper varied from ' ' cents to 177h oenta per pound. hi Deoeartsar :n it aaa ..hunt 1 .r Vta cents. Pour dh'idends were pan) during the year: l.M n March la, i pi. mi mi June M( BBj, eg on Beptember j' ami i lecember Tuns of rocli trMted totalled .'.':."..- I3& as i pared with t,W,,lA in Ifflg; mine i nsi per tun of rock fen eluding construction) was $.'.:!s, com pared with ILtl in I'.tlJ; BOUndg uf red nod copper produced. M,eTt,tM, compared with l7,Md,4g , in tttS; pounda of copper per ton of ruck, 12.11, compared with M.1I In I til; mst tier i mi for conat ruction, IJM aenta, compered with B.M eenta in lilt; toMI eust per paand uf cupper produced. 1 4. SB i etits. eompnred with IJM rents in IPM; average price per pound re- alved fur copper nold, IS.77 oenta, compered with IC4S oenta in mi.'. Comment on Strike. Commenting on the strike, which Vaa railed fut) M, I'll !, and ealled ulf April it, laid, Pats ideal Quincj a. shaw ef the . ompany aapfl in part: "The strike referred tu earlier n. this repeal was palled July II last hy lie- Western lederatlon uf Miners, an orKanteatten with beadguartera In Denver, Colorado, lass than pa' eent uf the enilues juitied this Baaon, and many uf these w. tr forced lu join hy int itnida t imi. "During the strike mure than N per nut uf Ihe emplu.ves. Ly signed peli- tiona, asked tin- BMBaaeaaeal nut tu recagahM this orgnatantlon not t am ploy its membera "Daring the strike this compnn) wis staated out Hum among the other eoaapantea uf the district us the object uf attack b) the oBteera of the Im.i e ration ami other agitatora. All sorts uf Inaccurate ami madteioua Btatemenfa as tu condltlona, aagM ami bouro uf Work were spread hroadcast through out the countrj deaplte the fart that Continued on 6th Page, 1st Column. BELIEVED U. S. CAN PREVAIL UPON THE MEXICAN REBELS TO AGREE TO PACIFICATION PLAN NEWLY INVENTED DEVICF MAKES SAFE ROBBER TAKE PHOTORAPH OF HIMSELF. Baa Ha, June , AntaannUo photos; Hanh) uf Mfe-rahhera at work is m Blared to have been perfected bj SeaMan inventor. The Inventtoa B hnsed upon the use illations of ipi. siUer. b means uf whteh eg electric il contact is mule. The slightest en-, no anion ur tampering with tha aaafe nt wiles Will prove slltllrient tu rumple', the eirciiit and put the hidden ratio i i In operation. At the same time the da rtea sets utT a II I Of l IK lit for thi picture taking and starts the iMtrgMf alnrma rtngina. The roaster, a hen caught, win be confronted with snap shut uf his own taking tu aatabllek his Utentlty, TARRYTOWN NOT TO PUT THE RAN ON FREE SPEECH Will Establish Forum and Let Agi tators Talk Heads Off Tarrylown N. Y., June !. -rptmi Sineiair, Theodore Btehroeshw and oth er aihueales uf tier spuerh, l ist ninhl Were furred to listen to the KrleV- unces Tarrytown Indd against them, At an open meetlnar, the trustees and Village Prealdenl Pieraon listened to Bee free speech advoeatea, ami then forced tha speakera to listen to their side of the TfTnngte, the lesidellts of the village luiinin ii nun-part iciiat ln audience. rkornoti said Tarryftown'i chief BTlevance was that the vtUage had MM referred pi b) Btnclate laad eth ers aa "John D. Rockefeller's town," Rockefeller, Pieraon said, owned prop arty hut bad ao interests in the ii- luKe. The trustees were not empow ered to grant permits fur BtToel apeak inc. it was explained. BehroodOT ad mitted he could have flea Bpeeeh in a hall ur vacant ht. Tterytown seobably will seatahheh i free speeck fermn on mm lot, per- mtealoil for the use of which his heen obtained from the owaer. VIOLENCE ATTENDS STRIKE OF ITALIAN W0RKIN6MEN Roane, June I. Partial uccaaa haa attended the general sttike Whtek was prnnlalmed yaeterday aa g proteet against the fo vern ment'a reprawalen f w-itkmen's demoaatration at Anoone, Bundajr, w het. s. reral am were kill ed. In this Uy there was BOMB stutie t hi OWlng and window hreakinu. i"a- airy dispers. it the crowda. At FloMnce, uiie striker was killed and two were wounded bj the police. Two police men were injured, CLUBWOMEN IN CHICAGO. Four Thousand Dclegntea To Attend Meeting of General Federation. Chicago, nis.. June i, -Chicago traeta were thronged lode) with ms Itlag Mnbwomea from all p uis of the Doamtry, and the arrtvel ..f anoh train added to the numher In the eity b) hundreds. This v. rent uatheritiK Of w mi'ii, uf Whom Mtt ur mure are ex pected as accredited delegates, wltii PTObnbly twice that numher as visiters. is bora fur the twelfth MamMaJ con vention uf the Qeneral federation of ayamen'a claae. a rnunoM meetiai will he held tOaMIMW mOMlttg and the formal opsnlna of the convention Will he held III the AUdttoHUm ill thi evening. AMERICAN S. A. DELEGATES REVIEWED BY AMBASSADOR. "Star Spangled Banner" Played by Army Bands in London. London. June t The Mew hundred a motif an detegataa la the werhTB BengTBM uf the Salv at iuu t iin, head ed by Baa Beeta, matched tins ssaara gag tu the American emhassx Where th.v were reviewed gj Anihassadur Pace. As Ihe celtimn came in siht of the emhassy its thffM hands strn. k up the star Bgnaaped BaaMar.', The Congreaa apeM teaaorraw. PORTLAND CARNIVAL OPENS. l'urtland. ore.. June purl la mi's eighth annual ruse earnlvnl week was seamed sashay; arRh the city gastj iM- orated and IhrutiKed with visitors. The openinK feature was a water pajennt In I BMW uf the nrrival uf the "QneM of Unsarlo." who rame Up the Willa mette liner in a tluwer-he.lerkeil TuV al lnrt'.e, s, ui ted Ii) ii sipiadruu of Km ships. NUMBER 198 Lull in Mediation Conference Is Likely While Negotiations Are Under Way CARRANZA SENDS LATEST NOTE Constitutionalists Will Be Given Important Part in Provision al Government Niagara Kails. W V., June H. The mediatora toalny snhMitOad to tho Meatean aetegaem the Doamtat panpan als of the American Kovermnent for the paelfloatloa ad Meateo, The gganr ir. in plan is, with a few asodlgratloam. Ihe same as that which the mediatora and .Mexican del. -Kates n-rently a reed anaej ami arhteh Huerta approved, it pru ides methods for tianstei i the aaecativa power in Beatoo 'ity from the preaenl rdgmae to a new provl atonal avenmaent, which shall, in a few niunlhs, OonshsBt eleetions for I r. siilet.t, viee president and inetnhers of i'onKresa. After a long conference betnrwMMae mediatora and "f'-tn aaaagataa, it was learned that the counter propos als of the Halted States were not en tirely satisfa. tuiy, hut the Mexicans anpraanad ooafldmma that the points af disagreement would he adjusted. MO names have heen BgBWOd upon bat wean the Meatean-Aaaarteea Bade- gatea for B aeW provisional president or rahim-t. Neither side has et made its Humiliations. Program of Proceedings. The program af the BMenmMaaB will he ahuiit as follows; Within B day or two, the Meatean phm and the Ameri can plan will he duvetailed into one and a full conference will he called. Pinal approval is nut , xpected imme diately from either party, however, as th. i Haters then will ask the Amer ican govermnenl tu begin to ascer tain the altitude uf the I'onstitutlun alists. This may prnOOOd thrmmh the Washington gBVesMBjMd, ur in any manner the delegates choose-. The mediators will take a brief recesa in the meantime. Should there be any HOU BWCgOOttoM from the 'uiistitu- t tone Hate, the united states win en dee vor ta arrive a! a cumptuinise with them. When an agreement is reached, tha results again will he placed hefore tin- mediation heard and the Huerta dalagatM The anpawtattaa ka if tho ConetltutlinmltetB are willing ta dis cuss the paUM plan that an agreement can he reached in a short time, as the pn.uram already makes provision for liheral participation hy the t'oii BtltUtlonalteta in the new provisional government. Rebels Oppcsed to Armistice. Corroepondenra hatwajra the media tors and Ihe I'onstitutlonalists is ex pected tu be hiuiight lu an end in a day or two. The mediators are insist ent on their original terms, the decteratioO uf an armistice ami a broadening ur the dlaowentea tu inter nettonal iiuestlons. The cnnatltUtlMUlteta are willing to nn ei t he metliators on a satisfac tory basis as to the latter point, but ate absolutely determined against tho declaring Of any armistice. It was announced by the mediators last nlKht that they would make pub lic today their COTTMPOadhtaM with the I 'unstitiitlunatists, hut word was received today thai Cnrranas latest BOtg had alreadv been despatched to WaahlngtM and wwaM ba loa wmd ed by Rafael Zub.iran. It was decided, theiefuie. tu withhuld puhlicatiun for the tn. sent. Mo answer from the Gaffe Bt 1 1 Utiona ItetB which dues nut declare fur an immediate armisti.e will per mit them 10 i nter the negotiations. The mediators have taken a firm stand on ibis point, and whatever com munication mi the subject Zubaran BOB Band imw, as the result of his telegraphic conference with t'arranza. will in I alter the program outlined hy the mediators unless an armistice Is daolared, The Constitutionalists maintain their military unmnly.atlun cannut be dterapted for a short jer ted and held at rest witln.ut consi.ler BOte .l una r uf the military chiefs lus 1 1 1 u control of their restless troops. Compromise it Likely. Another factor is that nil the mili tary rhtefe and leaders. o-er a year Bate, aagned a p u t, kaaaajnj as tiie idsn uf OausaaJafpOi winch prweanM siei- brall;, that ihe 'oust It ut iona list s shall take possession of Mexico City by force of nrms and establish a provi sional presidency. To effect a change of that plan hat monioiisly, another conference of chiefs might be neces sary, and this could not he had, the. Constitutionalists say, unless there was framed in advance s peace plan Continued on 8th Page, 4th Column.