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LARGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA-
FTEBH90N Edition THE WEATHER INDIANA Generally fair KrM.ty and Saturdv.-. light t ini-flcr.it'' w-st northw e-t w ircis. l-nvi;i; MIOHIUAN Uair Friday and probably Saturday, light to moderate- u."t ami northwe -t winds. BEND ES1 AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR SEPTEMBER WAS 16,180. READ THE WANTS1 VOL. XXX., NO. 311. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913. PRICE TWO CENTS HI MAKES PLEA FOR PENSIONED CLERGY S BETTER THAN IRE PROMISES t .1 mw MEXIC J, ' ' - .- . 4 ' -fr SOUTH am PUBLIC RECORD CAMPBELL PLEADS PENSION FUND FOR AGED CLERGYMEN I THE ROUND-UP. j Sen. B. F. Shively in Address at Magyar Hall Denounces False Pretensions of Citi zens' Organization. says.it is known as progressive city George Kemeny, Editor of a Hungarian Paper at Cleve land, 0., Makes Talk to Men in Their Own Language. n:i7riN(;s ntin.w. DKMOCKATIC OlhcT srluwil. SiKokcrs. William fcliuniy and J lojil Dfalil. Marnncrthor liall. SixiKrrs, J. H. Molly, Stuart .Mi-Klbtoii. i:. T. How iirl and Judgf ii. A. I 'aralaiih. HKI't'IiLICAX Linden school ami Magyar hall. CrnZHN'S Noon mrrtlns nt St ili'ljakrr plant. lYed Kellrr and otli t candid u t six-ak. More than .SCO voters asrnhled in Masyur hall n Chapln st. Thurs day evening and hrard United Ktate .on. n. F. RTilvftly, George Kemeny, of Cleveland, a national figure anion? Hungarians, and several other local peak'rs diru?s the Issues in the inn- Jiirlpal campaign. Th democratic, ticket. Mipportd hy ti united and responsible organization willing and capable of carrying out a 'ontructlve policy, with candidates whose records proclaim their fitness, against temporary movement, dis solving on election day, with candi dates who have been untried .and Avho aro campaigning on a "prospec tus" that is the principle issue sounded in the keynote s.ruek by Ihe several speakers Thursday night. "I have always maintained." Paid .Sen. S'hively, as principal speaker, "that a public record i Jt safer cri lerion upon which to lae a judg jnent than a prospectus." Patrick Joyce, candidate for mayor was given an ovation which lasted far several minutes. speeches were also made by Harvey Kostlser, can didate for clerk, Patrick Houlihan, candidate for cit judge, Joseph Pai dle, for councilman at larce, Frank Bilinski. city clerk. Gus llaslanger, Jere Hagerty, (J. A. I'arabaugh, YY. A. Mclnerny. and I). I). Nemeth. The latter has been a lif long republican anil still adheres to that party but has endorsed Joyce in the mayoralty cam paign. A. Dombos presided. Speak In Hungarian. C!er.r Kotneny, who made the principal speech in the Hungarian language, is the editor of a paper pub lished in ('lev land which circulates among the nationality throughout the ntire country, the "Liberty." He is Known as a leader among his people. His address aroused riat enthusiasm in the audience. .nator Shively was the first speak er to be introduced by the chairman. The senator had been warmly :ip- lIauil (l on ntrir.K the hall :md tho mention of his name by the chairman was the signal for another demon stration of approval. During the sen ator's address a marching club head- d by a bnd entered the hall. .hiely becan his address with th declaration that outh Hciid is a good city in which to live in spite of per sistei.t ilefamation at tlie hands . of the citizens' p.trty adherents. South llnd l'rafcii. 'I've heard in Washington a hundred times and in xn:my other places out siile from persons who have visited in the city that they consider It one of the most progressive cities in the country." said he. The senator then took a !linar at newspaper correspondents responsi ble for the stream of vituperation whuh ha been poured over the city in a portion of the local and state i.rcvs and assailed their .attltu.de a? hypocritical. II' said their attacks wer solely for political reasons and that their private opinion" were nt in accordance with their public utter auc ?. "I know of a correspondent for a newspaper down state." said Shively. who recently visited our city and who expressed to several people ll is tir gratification at the manner in which South I '.end has kept house. He saw our park system, our water works plant, which is undergoing ex tensive improvement, our street clean ing department in operation. In every department h- s-nv the evidence of uood administration of the city's nf .airs and said the city was ..ne of the best he had ever seen. Not long aft erwards there- appeared it, the paper he represents under hi signature an article defaming South P.end as badly governed, machine ridden and ria'. ing old Sodom- in wickedness' IUbiiKe )rrcpndent. The speaker uttered a rebuke to orrespondents of papers who tradue their city and spread broadcast a bad name for a dollar a column. tUstort ir.g. misrepresenting and 'faking" in orrir to advance the so-call d citi zens' propaganda and to pad their monthly pay envelope. Sen. Shivety declared there U no ccc.TMoa for any so-called citizens movement and reiterated his declara tion of its temporary nature with a new i'.gure "It comes: upon the stage, ha it Ireim. se-s its vision and disappears, i-aving behind 1:0 solid body of citi eps r ady to redeem ple dges made in the heat of campaign." He also referred to the sreret cam paign of "whimperers" wh.'h he saiil be was convinct-d is beinc carried on in the city and warned the voters to shun the atta 's of tints., who feared to make them n the open. ('ity Jmlg I. A. I'arabaviKh com manded the democratic party to th voters as a .,"arty of deeds. - . . . . - . ; . . j t ....... V . j .. , ...4';- I -Vl MAHVI.V CAMPnirLL. MACI 1 1 I :s WANTI :i ) 1XMI AITO PAHADK All owners of automobiles and motorcycles are invited to take part in the Lincoln highway pa rado tonight to commemorate the first important step towards the establishment of the highway through northern Indiana. The owners are requested to have their machines at the Oliver hotel by 7:30 o'clock. The parade is to start at S o'clock, hut time is needed to get the machines in line and make ready for the Ftart. Members of the committee which has the affair in c harge are anxious to make the turnout one of the best ever seen in the city, as the establishment of the highway is of vital interest to the autolsts and motorcyclists as well a.s to other citizens of the city and county. SEEKS MAN WHO TOOK MOVIE PICTURE OUTFIT Jlig ixdl Taken at Same Time? Ho eovcnNl. Hut llet of Articles Are Still Missing. Search for a moving picture out fit and the man who is thought to have departed from Detroit at the same time, was taken up in South Hend Thursday when Stanley J. Mey er of Detroit arrived in the city fol- lowing the receipt of information that John Van Hahn. his former employe was in the city. Meyer places the value on the out fit at $:i,JSrj and has been iirtly suc cessful as a large doll, a present to his little daughter Helen, was recovered in Detroit. The little girl mourned over the loss of the doll but when It was restored told her father that he needn't look any further as the real loot had been recovered. Hann was an employe of Meyer and it is thought he is the man who de parted with the Roods. Meyer trave Hhows at various churches and Hahn took tickets. A tynewriter was also taken. A bill of lading and a letter to the typewriter concern was what turned the chase in this direction. WHAT WAS IN THE ' MIND OF MURDERER? Mental Kipcru Take Stand in Trial of Mendel lteili.s to Dctcrmlno Jew's Sanity. K1KFP. Russia. Oct. ::i. Ono of the strangest u-cs to which science has ever been put in connecting with criminology was exhibited here Fri day in the "ritual murder" trial of Mendel Ueiliss, the Jewish workman who is charged with slashing to death Andrew Tushinsky. a i:-ycar-oId Christian boy, two years ago. Kxpert questions to medical wit nesses sought to establish the fact: "What was in the mind of the mur derer'.' Was he sane or insane? What was his iwcupation. relicion and na tionality,? What was his motive and did he have anv knowledge of sur gery?" Prof. ikorsky, of the University of Kiev, who lias specialized in psychol ogy ar.d medicine, testified as a mental expert. In reply to written questions which had previously been civen him for study. h gave hi deductions. Prof. Sikorsky had no difficulty in es tablishing his reputation as a crimin ologist. He traced the various cuts found on the curpus delicti ami the manner in which the body had been handled, and altogether his deduc tions favored the defendant. Prof. Sikorsky was followed by oth er witnesses with loser fame who an swered similar questions. There was much bickering among counsel for the defense- and prosecu tion owr technicalities in the answers. AUTO RECORD HOLDER KILLED IN AER0D0ME I.ONPoX. Oct. HI. Percy Lambert, holder of the- world's automobile speed record, was killed in an auto mobile accident Friday at the P.rook land's aerodome. Iist February on the same track Iambert drove" 10:? miles and 1.74 yards in :fti hour in a ('lemcnt-Talhot car. This was the greatest distance ever traveled by man in an hour, oat sido of an a crop! me. The P.rooklands tnuk i laid out in a circle, two miles t the lap. Iimb.rt was spinning around the circle in his torpedo shaped car Friday when it turned turtle. The during rider wa-? crushed to death. Subscribers for either edition of The News-Times will confer a favor upon the management ly reporting promptly any lateness or irregularity in the delivery ser vice. Pell - 1O0 Home 1151. Speaks Before M. E. Confer ence Urging Annuity For Superannuated Ministers as Reward For Itinerant Service Stan Special. BV LAURKXCK VAUGHN. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 31. Marvin Campbell of South Iend, the only Indiana layman to talk at the big Methodist convention being held at Tomlinson hall, was the principal speaker at the morning session, Fri day. Mr. Campbell was also honored as being the only Indiana man appoint ed to the committee on resolutions, to meet for linal .arrangements Friday afternoon. He arrived in Indianap olis Thursday with Col. C. A. Car lisle, also of South Hend. For his subject Mr. Campbell talked on a plan suggesting a fund for the better care of superannuated clergymen. "The superannuate of the Metho dist Episcopal church should have and can have full annuity recom mended by the discipline," said the speaker, in his address. "For every live effectives there is ono superannuate and about the name number of widows. The inter est of the live effectives is so closely allied to the two claimants as to be almost inseparable. "The one superannuate and the one widow are as surely entitled to payment as are the five effectives. There Is no higher duty than the honest payment of honest debts. The discipline allotment to the claimant is a debt, a debt for ministerial support. We have no religious right, no honest right, to refuse paj'ment unless from absolute inability. We have the abil ity both as to wealth and liberality. We have not yet demonstrated ability as to organized and systematized method. It Is, however, both fair and gratifying to say that we are in bet ter, much better, condition than lour years ago. "The law sives the superannuate more consideration than the effective, but he doea not get more considera tion. I)r Intinerant Sort ice. Annuities paid are for ministerial support. Necessitous payments are in spirit and fact benevolences, com mendable but nevertheless in spirit benevolences. The annuitant should not be taxed for benevolences, they should be met from other source. The spirit of annuity Ls not reward for having been a preacher, hut for having continued a preacher until untitted for the intinerant service. "We can dispense with tall steeples, ornamented windows, elaborate dec orations, carpented aisles, rich toned organ, paid choir; we can dispense with any or all and still with a preacher have a church. Indeed we can dispense with the entire build ing, and with a preacher hold mect inss in school houses, public halls, parlors kitchens. We can do with out everything else but we cannot do without the preacher. He is the one, and the only indispensable factor in the organic church. "Without fair assurance that they will not die pauper, the time may come when we will have a dearth of preachers, indeed I am ne)t sure but it has come. The average salary will permit no savings. "We easily evolve that the budget for ministerial support in which is in cluded both effective and superan nuate is the most important fund of the whole church, because it secures and Insures the one' and the only in dlspenslble factor in the organic church. The most Important fund, the one indispensable fund in the whole church. "Business prudence, common jus tice, respect for the church law, fidel ity to the old fathers In Israel, all de mand a full and dependable annuity. Then why is sufficient fund not pro vided ? Lsurk Method. "Indiana Methodists will illustrate the average. They are listed as pay ing annual grand total, $400,000, for various benevolences. Shortage4 due claimant. $23,000, about 35 r deficit. A membership that pays $400,000, in various and some of them remote benevolences, can and will play the $2-"1, 000 debt if brought to their no tice with anything like the insistence or syste-m of the secular world. I ciucstlon the religious rit:ht to pay the $40t000 until the $23,000 debt is paid, but all can be paid. "We do nt lack money, we do not lack loyally to the church, we do not lack solicitude for the superan nuate, we do lack method. 1 repeat it. we lack method. Will you take that fact home to your annual con ference with its autocratic power and establish method?" Heforo the big convention closes. Friday night, the policy which will be followed by the Methodist churches of the nation will be care fully outlined ami adopted. Accord ing to a tentative report, submitted to the lienor of the convention fer suggestion, the policy beinc: drafted will cover every phase of Methodist doc trine. Kvery dttaij will be considered in the make-up of the big doctrine. Peculations in handlinc social prob lems questions involving contribu tions for benevolent purposes and legislation of the church will be outlined. ' Adtocatr Ileneolci:t 1 imd. rhief among the big measures that '.v ill enter the document will be a plan fop raising and advancing the missionary benevolent funds. A plan to start a big fund to raU $2.".(mmj,000 may be inserted, for the parpoM of meeting all benevolent de mands. Pishop William F. Anderson, of Cleveland, and Secretary' A. K. fory. missionary fr the Diciples of Christ, ured in two big addresses that the church set out to raise a large sum. Poth suggested that an effort be maele to extend the work In putting the stanelard of giving at the highest notch. "If every member of the Methodist Fpiscopal church would give Z every - 1 i . NKWS XOTIv Investiffatlons started to determine whether the Meat beef shipicd to Unittxl States jwrts. year, not quite two car fares a week, u fund would be established large enough to meet all demands for all benevolent purposes." said J. Camp bell White. Mr. White is a mission ary who has met with wide experience in China, and in his address he pointed out that the money could easily be raised If the convention would make a strong' and united plea over the country for the need of benevolent support. lie saiet that when the business man is made to see that the church is dealing with million dollar proposi tions, then the business world will awaken and be willing to contribute. He pointed out that where the church deals with only thousand dollar propo sitions, the business man readily sees that if he even gave his money it would be thrown away as a few thousand would only remedy the sit uation at home and abroad sllhtly.- The big parade planned for Friday night was taken oil the program be cause of the death of Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks. The . closing session will be open to the public and will be held in Tomlinson hall. Instead of the parade the big convention march ed to the central monument and on the way a host of movies took pic tures of the long line of men. At the monument a group picture will be taken. ACTOR NOT GUILTY OF WHITE SLAVERY Admitted on Stand That He and Young Woman Had Registered as Man and Wife. BALTI-MOIIE. Md., Oct. .U. Grover C. Rosenthal, an actor of New York, charged with violation of the Mann white slave act, was acquitted Thurs day In the federal district court! The jury deliberated only five minutes. Rosenthal, whose wife and child were in court, was charged with bring ing Margaret Helbig from Philadel phia to this city for Immoral purposes. He said he and the young woman were on the stage together and registered at boarding houses as hus band and wife, but his attorney, in his argument, laid stress on the claim that there had been no attempt en the part of th" accused to use the girl for commercial purposes. WIRELESS SAVES CREW YIGO. pain. Oct. 01. Another tri umph for the wireh'ss was recorded here Friday when th RritLsh cruiser Cumberlaml, reported that she had rescued the crew of the German ship Kalynu.s. which caught lire at sea. The Cumberland picked up the dis tress signals of the Kalymos and found the vessel doomed te destruction. The crew was taken off in the warship's -malI boats and the burning craft was left to the fate of a derelict. ONLY THREE HOURS OLD INHERITS $38,991 NEW YORK, Oct. :51. An infant who lived only three hours Inherited $3$, 991. The infant was George Do Hraekeleer, son of Mrs. Jeanette M. DeRraekelef r. who did at the birth of the child. The mother left her property to her husMnd, a local law yer, and to any child that might be born. The infant's share went to the father. WEDDING PRESENT WASHINGTON. Oct. M. Miss Genevieve Clark, daughter of the speaker of the house of representa tives, has leen chosen by members of the h'use ti select the wedding pres-e-nt fr Ml-s Jessie Wilson, daughter of the president, for which the law makers have contributed J'J.OuO. The choice of the members is di vided between a silver service and a pearl necklace, with the odds in favor of the former, and it 1 aid the silver will be selected at oncf. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE WILL START TODAY Dr. S. D. Fess of Ohio Legisla ture and Dr. L. J. Rettger of . Indiana State Normal to be Principal Speakers. It is expected that nearly all of the 4 7.i teachers of the county will be present at the meeting of the St. Jo seph County Teachers' association at the grammar school building Friday and Saturday mornings, on W. Col fax av. Lectures will be given by Dr. tf. D. I-'ess and Dr. L. J. Rettger. Dr. Fess at ono Lime served as president of Antiocri college at Yel low Springs. Ohio, and took an active part in the convention that framed the new constitution of that state. He Is now a member of the Ohio house of representatives, and it is said that his lectures are interesting an well as instructive. He will give four lec tures before the association, the top ics of which will bo ,'A Method in History," "A Glimpse of the Life and Work of Horace Mann," "Jefferson and Liberty," and "Hamilton and Power." Dr. Rettger has charge of the de partment of physiology at the Indiana state normal school at Terre Haute, ;ind is said to be one of the most prac tical and forceful speakers in the state. He will give a series of four lectures, the general theme of which will be "The New Human Kmphasis in Education.'" The officers for the accasion this year are, Ralph H. Langfield. county superintendent, chairman; John A. Beyers, treasurer; and H. A. Moran, secretary, "hese officers are urging a large attendance, and it is hoped that every teacher in the county will attend the services. The r.?sion Sat urday makes up for the Friday fol lowing Thanksgiving. SAYS SUFFRAGE WILL CRUSH LIQUOR TRAFFIC ANBURY PARK. N. Y. Oct. 31. "Woman suffrago will crush the liquor trattic. .Enfranchisement of women will mean national prohibition. Suf frage and prohibition are indissolubly linked together." With these ringing statements, Mrs. Lillian Stevens, of Portland, Me., pres ident of the National Women's Chris tian Temperance union, Friday before the -fortieth convention of that or ganization, pointed the way for the future struggle of the membership. Mrs. Stevens called upon her follow ers to continue their efforts to pre vent a restoration of the canteen in the -IT. S. army; to work for a consti tutional amendment to prevent polyg amy and to demand from congress legislation preventing the use? of the U. S. mails for liquor advertising. Mrs. .Stevens made a bitter Attack upon Sen. Weeks for proposing that beeve te exempted from the prohibition bill recently introduced in congress. BANK PRES. ASSASSINATED HAD STORMY VOYAGE FRAXKLINTOX. La.. Oct. :J1.- Houston D. Biekkham, president of the Commercial bank of Bogalusit, La., was arsasudnated Thursday night. The hank of which Bickham was the head, failed recently. Li:rxKi:n i xs ax k. NEW ORLEANS. La.. Oct. ."1. Henrv Leunker. who was arrested be cause of incoherent and indecent let ters he wrote to Miss Jane Addam-. the noted sociological worker at Chi cago, was adjudged insane Friday. Til marry Miss Addnms when I get well." Leunker said as he was be ing led back to hU cell. mm T .iVVv trut is endeavoring to corner feireign SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ON NEW ROADS Thousands of dollars are 1 dug e x pended on the roads of Lapurte. Ful ton and Marshall counties and n roads of Michigan, through the process promoted by the (ilutrin c'o.. of which Lmil Schinke is the local agent. Geo. I... Rartlett of Remington, N. J., is the road expert ol" the Robinson Process Co., and arrived in South Bend Friday morning on his way to Lo gansport, from Stillwell. Ind. In both places large strips of road are b'dng linished up by the company. At Ko komo over a mile and a half of the road has just been linished and in va rious places in Michigan during the past week, several miles have been completed. In the interests of farmers as well as tourists, the roads are being con structed of stone with a glutrin finish, providing a solid driveway in all cases. MAN DEAD NINE YEARS WEIGHS OVER 600 LBS. BALTIMORE. Oct. :?1. It r"iuirel the combined efforts f four men to raise from the grave in St. Vincent cemetery the body of Patrick I'Jugaii. which was buried there nearly nine years --'K. and which had become completely petrified. It is estimated that the body weighed over vju pounds. it FAINTING BERTHA" CROOK IS IN AGAIN OMAHA, Neb., Oct. ;ll. "Fainting Rertha" Liebke, the best known wom an crook in the tJ. S., is in again. She broke her resolution formed upon leaving the Nebraska insane hospital last week to reform and get married. ,She was held at the City Jail Friday charged with drunkenness. Whe& detectives accosted her em the smet last night Rertha attempted to faint. She was unable to keep from talking and the attempt failed. FATHER HAS TROUBLE WITH 51 YEAR OLD BOY CHICAGO. Oct. "1. John R. Palm er, aged SO. is having trouble with bis boy, William, aged ',1, again. The had boy won't work, according to the father. Last August William wis arrested at his father's request, but the judge let him off if he- would promise to behave. Tins time- Cue aged father told Munieiyil Jud-e Wade that "the- lad is bar k at hi.- "id habits of idleness and drinking". The oourt sent William to the- bridewell for 100 days. SAFE BLOWERS GET S5,000 FALMOUTH,- Mich.. Oct. :i. The Rank of Falmouth was raided ' s-afe blowers early Friday and KO"" taken from the safe. The bank building was partially w recked by the x;do sion. Two men were seen driving a stolen horse toward a small junction where they were bHievd to have caught a train for Detroit. All the telephone and telegraph wir-s leading out of the town were cut before Th .safe was blown. Ll-IWIS TO Hi:iJ CHICAGO. Oct. r.l. United States Sen. James Hamilton Lwis b-R Fri day for Hoston to aid the d'-mrats of the Bay state in their state c tni paign. He was asked to take- part in the campaign by Jos. P. Tumulty, sec retary to Pres. Wilson, who wired. th Illinois senator that the president would appreciate his appearing on the platform in Hoston Saturday night. SUNT RACK. Mir.nie- Vuncker, 2$ years old. alias Mildred Wayne, wanted in Midd'eton. Mien., on a charge of attempting to induce a young girl of that place to come to this state for immoral pur poses, who was arrested iv local po lice here Thursday night, was sent hack to Carson City Friday r.iornin-'. aceompanh'd by Sheriff Oarth of that County. They Express Little Hope of . Finding Anything Left When They Return Storage Fa cilities Overtaxed. PRESIDENT WAITING FOR ELECTION RETURNS Government Will Wot Act Until Informed in Detail as to What Took Place at the Polls on Last Sunday. MEXICO CITY, Oct. r.l. With th election f (len. Yictoriano Huerta. and Gen. Ai;reliano Blanqiiet almost a foregone conclusion, according to the oihcial re-turns. the cjuestion as t what Washington proposes to do is keeping the foreign residents and the majority f Mexicans in a ?tat- of gainful suspense. On th surface at least the admin istration is giving little consideration to the sobjeet, seemingly taking the ground that the Mexican people have declared in favor of llucrta's contin uance in the presidency. Although it is openly charged in many juarlers that it was through oltkial pre-ssurc. that resulted in Un rolling up of the majorities for Hu erta and Rianquct which arc now be ing odb-ialb" reported from all parts, where tho eb-etion lorm were ob-st-rv.-d, the fae-t remains and it is pointed out there is n possibility of going b.u-k ol th- returns, as the-re is no thought that any other candidate polled n-arly mnich votes to jla- the Hue-rta-Blanque t ticket in jeop ardy. In view of Washington's previous representations on the subject, the io-xt move o! the American govern ment H awaited heiv with no little misgiving. Americans to Leave. .Mans Am rii-ans have already pa. ked their portable belongings, pre-p-ai atory to llight. and are fac ing the ne t es.-ity of leaving their house hold fleets 'to late. They e-vpress lit tle hope of liiiding anything left upon their return. The imoleqiuite storage facilities arc ahe.idy overtaxed, and mo.-t of those wJio route mplato llight e-.vpe t t to leave their hemes in charge of .Mexican car. takers, as the only alternative. What the n-u- Mexican congress will do with lefere n e- to the elections no one undertake to predict, although the statement made recently by Se-nor Moheno. minister of foreign affairs. i r.garded as re-Meeting the eectl-tive-'s de sire-. WAITIN; 1H7PA1LS. V.S!1IXGTX. o.t. :;l. 1'res. Wilson let it be- known Thursday that be was waiting for tilings to take defi nite shape' in Mexico as a result of the ehttion last Sunday, and that the United St.ttes government would not r.ct until fn formed in detail "f vh;t took olace at the polls. Recently tlie president in a n-:e to the .Me xican foreign oMb-e transmitted by Charge 'Shaughne-y elcejare-d that the ebctjoii of cct. 2u would not be consiib-red constitutional by the Unit, d State-. H" A long the United States will wait for tlie- returns H no: known. It is believed that several days, pel bap- we.;-, will edap-e be fore tlie lim n i goernmrU. handi capped b dirlicultier: of communica tion will be able oi'i. -ially to record ?.e res'llt. tll.o'gll N'oV. 1" Was the eiuv set j'or tlie (Hunting 'if the l-allots Xo io-itiv inloimati n as to th gove rnm'-nt's future t ours. was di vulged at tlie white house. The presi dent ln'onne.i those who discussed the situation with him that h had not deride-. 1 vvh.ther the n- t M would he m.o'ie knov. a b- words or action, lie i- at work on a pbm !-y which he llopes. to o the t! o!i:,ieS of McXICO. m of ilie f. it.ii.s ..f it is a formal statement f :be aim and I'lirp'e.-s o:' the United Stat- s. its sbernl against the-iiiibiei.,-.. materia! interest- ;u l.ati!: Am -:i ;in .d"f.irs. its cb-vf,ti n to the cum- e-omtit-itional g iveru- n; :n :; th:- hemisphere and its be ll, f rli.it a : e i r -enl tree ele.-tion with sategaards and gllafant e-s mu-t be Jo bl in oid- r t. establish a b-g.il aatic tit in tio- south -m republic Tiii- state-merit of the government ; 1 1 it it, all. ady e.utht e d m the pre.-i , !;t'. s;e..M 1;.-- at Mobile and S artlim'!e. : ali probability will b e-oinmu r.'. .it.-d to Mei.. .ir.d a cop of th se v:-w s tr.'it;smitte-d to foreign go'. r;.!:iei-t-- gen--rally as an expres sion of je-iiey by th.. Wa-hington :;d mini.trati('n. NOT L.Nt Ol It V.'ASlli'XCTo.V. m. Ameri cans d ir i:;g t . g to Mexico wj'.I re-c-eiv no a-M-ta:.' e or e ric -or. clement from the administration. Th.s l-'-eame known Thur.- iay ". hen Pr . Wilson c!ec Jin'-d to irrant th r"-;u-t . 1' P.ep, Mann of Illinois, republican b-o'.-r in tli- h- :;-. that the United Sugar - be p -rmitteti to s nd a riumbr f e-!igin-'rs. c!i-mk-'s and .the-r tn-.plov.s to its plantatii'T.s at T- poloh.-.mpo ba-- on the next govern ment s ipruy ---el g.uug eiowr. th Pa i:.c ..i.-t. Th- president .m. rme-.l Re-j. Mar.i that ther w.r n;ar. aphc atior.s f: trar.-portati-n goverrm.er.t sh;p-" and that to ur.- t. rmi-s'on : 'voubl oj.er. the- way to following the practice ge-n. t a i 1 v . two ki: m iti:n. HVANsVIki:. Pi.l.. ct. J). -"'Lev Raldwm. ."7. ; ro; i,.t. r of tlie Rus ton ho'..-!, ar.d J :: Worthinton. ol- o.re-d I'-'lter. Were selivUlslV sc.ildel Thursda.v ening h-u a t am pipe from the heating plant L-uiit.