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m m (r Generally fair Thursday Yesterday's Temperature; and Friday slightly cool- Highest, 80 degrees, low er north portion. est, 70 degrees. VOL. XVII. NO. 134. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1914. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. Rebels Under General Gonzales Have Captured City of Tampico ADM'L.L MAYO REPORTS THE EVACUATION OF TAMPICO BY FEDERALS Final Assault Begun on the iTown Early in the Morning FEDERAL GUNBOATS LEAVE PANUCO RIVER They Were the Chief Sup port of the Garrison and AVhen They Retired the Rebels Carried the Fight Into the Heart of the Town Federals Are All f Leaving the Besieged City by the Railroad. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, May l'i -I'rie evacua tion of Tampico by the Mexican Fed erals began at noon today, according to a wireless dispatch to the navy de partment tonight, frohi r-.ear Admiral -Mayo. The Federals are leaving by the railroad. The final assault by the Constitu tionalists was begun this morning and the Rebels carried the tight into the heart of the town. Heavy rifle firing was heard In the plaza. Admiral Mayo reported earlier that the Federal unboats the chief sup port of the garrison, had steamed out of Panuco river and ancnored near the foreign warships. REBELS NOW OCCUPYING THE SEAPORT OF. TAMPICO Juarez. May 13. Word was re ceived tonight by the Constitutionalist officials here that the Constitutional ists, under General Pablo Gonzalez, were occupying Tampico. GSN. HUERTA PREPARING TO LEAVE MEXICO CITY Washington. May' 13. That General .Huerta. preparing for a crisis In his dictatorship, haa longr"neen planning to leave Mexico City with his troops and make a last stand ; Puebla, mid way between Mexico City and Vera Cruz, was understood today to have "been told President Wilson by Nel son O'Shaughnesy. former charge of the American embassy in the Mex ican capital. The president, it Is said, was in formed that Huerta had picked Pueb la for his last refuge in case Rebel assailants got too close to Mexico City and that late developments in the revolution had caused him already to begin fortifying aner provisioning ' Fuebla. Mr. O'Shaughnessy Is said to have told the president that Huerta had no Intention of resigning but that the Mexican dictator realized that his re gime could not stand long. At Puebla according to plans said to have been determined upon mi.ns ago, he would fight rather than consent to elimination. Realizing that he eventually must be deposed, Huerta, it la said, desires to acquire as much glory as possible before the Inevitable nanens. Mr. O'Shaughnessy Is said further to have told the president that the number of troops whic JTuerta has at his command is greatly exaggerated and that as a matter of fact, they number only 4,000 to 6,000 men. Neith er Zapata nor Villa would have any great difficulty In takrn the city, is understood to Ibe the view of Mr. O'Shaughnessy expressed. His information is along the lines of other reports reaching the govern -i rnent within the last few weeks. Further Information from these sources Is that Huerta has bee ship ping gold abroad. In (contemplation of his ultimate exile. -''MEXICAN GENERAL WILL NOT ATTACK VERA CRUZ Vera Cruz, Mex., May 13. General Kunston need fear no trouble along his outer lines if a letter s,-ti into the city last night by General Robio Navar rete. In command of me advanced positions of the Mexicans, is a true indication of the Mexicans attitude. General Navarrete addressed the edi tor of a local newspaper, I-os Suceso regarding the reported movement by his forces against Vera Crtta. "I beg that you deny this news." said General Navarrete. since, in ac- (Continued on Page Two.) Baptists Gather in Nashville for the Opening of Convention BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Nashville, Tenn., May 13. All was sin readiness for the opening of the Southern Baptist convention here this afternoon. The opening session was calledto order at 3 o'clock by Dr. E. C. Dafgan, of Macon, Ga. The afternoon program was de voted to organization, welcoming ex ercises and reports. The welcome ad dress was delivered by tn George A. I,ofton, a Baptist veteran of Nash ville. Interest centers today in the report of the efficiency committee, which, it Is rumored, may recommend rhnriL'es in convention and board methods of a sweeping nature. The convention sermon will be delivered bv Dr. George W. McDaniel. of Rich mond, Va., his subject being "South THIS MOVE LOOKS AS THOUGH GEN. HUERTA INTENDS TAKING OFFENSIVE SIDE AT VERA CRUZ BY" ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, May 13. General Garcia Pena, one of the highest ranking' officers in the Mexican army, has replaced General Maas in command of the Mexican forces outside of Vera Cruz, it was officially learned tonight. Some officials here think this portends the inten tion of Huerta to strengthen his position there and possibly assume the offensive. STATE UNIVERSITY SHOWS WISCONSIN WOMEN HOW BABY SHOULD BE CLOTHED ft' ' ti if - y V$ A The Model Do!I. Madison, Wis., ilay 13. Mothers of Wisconsin may learn from the state university how to dress their babies. The home economics department of the extension division already has shown several thousand mothers by demonstrations with a model doll given at the community institutes. In this way the latest results of science in dressing of infants are given di rectly to mothers. The oll used for demonstration was first thought of by Mies Annabel Turner, instructor in home economics. The doll and its Cop Can't Keep From Stealing and Admits It BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Cincinnati, May 13. Alienists are puzzled over the case of Dwight Steb bins, a former policeman, who admits that he cannot control his impulses to steal and an X-ray examination of his skull will be made at the city hos pital, pending which a lunacy charge against him will be held in abeyance. Several years ago, while still a pa trolman, Stebbins made raids on flower beds in the suburban district to which he was assigned. For this he was discharged from the force. Since then at various times he has committed many purposeless thefts, lie took an anvil from a black smith shop and managed also to bring home a ponderous sand soreener, Stebbins believes his uncontrollable impulses to steal are due to a blow on the head which ho received when arresting a negro seven years ago. ern Baptists at Radesh Barnea." Among the five days program are Thursday morning, report on the negro theological seminary and report on the Judson centennial; Thursday eve ning, mass meeting on foreign mis sions; Friday evening mass meeting on home mission; Saturday morning presentations of the new Sunday school board building, costing, with its site $220,000; Sunday evening, Judson centennial services. This is the one hundredth anniversary of the great missionary's work under the auspices of the Baptist missionary union. The church has raised over a third of the $1,2;.0,000 endowment lor building churches, hospitals and schools !n foreign fields which wns inaugurate.! two years ago at Okla homa iijf MEDIATORS REPRSENTING THE UNITED STATES MVS 7 REFER ALL MA11ER3 TO PRESIDENT clothing were made by the home eco nomics people. Thf clothes were se lected of materia! that can be recom mended for , health art for inexpen siveness. "Relation of clot lung to rare of in fants is not known by mothers as well as it should be.'" declared Mi.sa Turner. "Why, mothers could al most entirely prevent colic if they kept their babies feet warm. Xinety per cent of baby colic is caused by cold feet. Warm woolen stockings should be worn instead of the old fashioned pinning blanket." No Change Made In the Creed of the Methodists BV ASSOCIATED PRESS. Oklahoma City, May in. Southern Methodism will continue to recite the Apostle Creed containing the phrase "The Holy Catholic Church." This was decided at today's session of the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal ;hurch south when the com mittee on revivals reported recom mending the elimination of the phrase and substituting "The Church of God." was defeated. A vote by orders re quiring a majority of each class of delegates was taken, resulting in ayes, clergy. 74: lay, S"; nays, clergy, S4; lay. A vote on the substitution of the cmlnority report of the committee op j posing the change, for th ? majority I report, also was defeated on vote by j orders. j The committee o:i episcopacy today i submitted a report returning to tfie conference several minor memorials ! afi'ecting the disciplinary laws and ap- polntsments .-.nd non-concurrence. The j report was adopted with little opposi tion. One memorial proposed that tenure of office of blshoys be limited ! to four years, unless re-elected. An- other provided tha: one lay member I of each distritc of an annual confer ence be a member of the bishops cabi- net. i A summary of the quadrennial re ! port of the church extension board j was read and adopted. It developed ! that the report called for an assistant ! secretary of the board which Bishop Denny ruled was in effect as propose!? change in the discipline and therefore out c.f ordi-r. An appeal from the chair's ruling failed and this section -f the report ws re-committed. The conference adjourned until to -night when Rev. William BradSeld. fra ternal (ie'.eirate front the British Wes leyan church, will deliver his message. Thev y, Xot Have IWerl i" '."- ri,.u Jn Dispute. MEDIATORS WANT REBELS BROUGHT IN Strong Pressure Will Be Put on Carranza to Have Con stitutionalists Participate in the Conference United States Demands Explana tion of Whereabouts f Private Parks. HY ASSOCIATED Pit ESS. Washington. D. C. May 13. Justice iamar and Frederick W. I smarm, una their secretary .11. Pen iv.t! iodg, who will represent the United Stales at the Xiagara lulls meuiatiou tou ierence, today paid their respects to the South American t::-y M.'de-.vor-ing to solve tbo Mexican on est.1 op. Chey were presented by Counsellor Robert Lansing to the seen-t.-try of state. The United States rforc.-eot.tti ves art- beiu-r acjuainted vab the s'tuu tion by I Rising. lansiu.' ann-(.inc-d tiic America p representatives will not have power to settle the question ar.d all steps must be referred to tii - pres ident and secretary of state for final decision. They will make no suggestions direct. The mediators were advised from Mexico City, that the Mexican media tors will arrive in" Havana tonight or tomorrow and leave im-.'ediate! y fur Canada via Key West. It is report ed stronjr pressure will be brought to get the Constitutionalists to partici pate in the mediation after the ex pected victory in Tampico. Secretary Bryan announced the United States will leave L.obos Island if the Mexicans agree to maintain the light. Secretary Oarri., cabled Gen em j Funeton t- "VaftTnffclo demand that. General '.Maas explain the death of Private Parks. Also asked for an other report on the arrest of five South Americans accused oL niping. NO AMMUNITION LAN&fcD. Assurances reached this govern ment that no ammunition bad been landed at Mexican ports rrom German ships, a matter that had been some what in doubt since the departure of the Kronprinzessin Ceeelie from Purto Mexico several days ago. From the French legation in Mexi co City came positive information that ie American vice consul John U. Sil llman, who had been held prisoner bv Mexican Federals at Saltillo, was on his way to Mexico City under guard to be turned over to the Brazilian min ister" There, who would guarantee bis safety until he reaches Vera Cruz. The state department had vigorously in sisted that Huerta release Silllman. Concern was arouseff, however, over the reported execution by Mexi can Federals of Samuvt Parks, an American orderly who disappeared from Vera Cruz several days ago while believed to have been changed on ac count of the excessive heat. In some quarters, it was said, serious compli cations might arise if Parks has been executed. Secretary Bryan made it clear today that this government woul welcome a return of Mexican light house tenders to the light on Jobos island, which had -been abandoned and which America;-', naval forces seized for the ben efit of navigation. Another development which aroused interest in official circles was the re port, that Nelson O'Shaughnessy had informed President Wilson last night that General Huerta. realizing his fall must corns eventually, was preparing to make a last stand figlnst internal enemies at Puebla. which now was Ijo ing fortified against aiwk. It was announce..! at the state de par tmetit that II. Fereival T'odjo for mer minister to Panama nncl bc--n se lected as secret.) rv to the American delegations at the mediation confer ence. REBELS NOT SATISFIED. Carranr.a's agents are emphatic in their declarations from El Paso that the Constitutionalist;' would agree to rothing short of the elimination of Huerta and of his entire party. Rob erto Pesoaira. Carranza's confidential representative, asserted: "We have beaten Rirerta at every turn and why should we yield our ad vantage when we liave the reforms for which we strive almost within our grasp? This has been a fight of 10" years for reform and v will not be content to have those years of fight ing wasted." Other Constitutionalists asserted there was no basis on which Huertis tas and Rebels could co-operate in a provisional government. While reports of the mediators' ten tative program attracted primary at tention, yet the resuU of the. Lobos Island ""occupation" Incident was awaited with considerate, '.merest. Whether the mediators had made anv suggestions concerning the imme diate future of the island was not re vealed. FORMER MINISTER TO PANAMA BRYAN'S CHOICE Washington, May Z. Secretary Bryan announced today that H. Per rival Dodge, former minister to Pan ama, had been appointed secretary- of the delegation which will represent the United States before the Argen tina. Brazilian and Chilean mediators in the Mexican crisis who take up their duties at Niagara Foils next Monday. H M JKKAL JhrAK CLASH OVER RAILROAD Shriners Name Seattle as Next Meeting Place BV ASSOCIATED FRESH. Atlanta, May 1". The selection ' Seattle for the meeting- and th" election of Or. Frederick It. Smith, of Rochester, New York. a imperial potentate, marked today's meeting of the Imperial Council of the Nobles of the My st in Shrine. Seattle was unanimously chosen over Ban Fran cisco. The annual divisional review of the patrols v.u.s siaged tod iy and thre? thousand men participated with one thou sa tvi m usici a n s . Thourands witnessed the spectacle, nnd heard a concert by the combined Sbriner bands. Tomorrow the Shrin ers will visit historical places, having bite for Sac.-uinah Ga., where they wl'! spend Friday. The business m s sjon shall end arid many .-tarred !'- homo ted IV. 1 he President to Abide by the Caucus Action RY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington. May 13. President Wilson will abide by the democratic caucus action in abandoning rural credits legislation at this session of eongress. Representative filass of Virginia, chairman of the banking and currency committee, conferred with the president today and explained tiiAi., in his opinion the federal ' re serve bank act will extend credit ag gregating $500. Out', 000 on farm lands. This will, in a measure, cover the ground for which the rural credits act was designed. Moreover, it was point ed out, the rural credits bill framed hy Representative Uulkley and th" sub-committee was not broad enough to satisfy the fid! committee. The president, it is understood, especially desires the act should extend credit to the ten a !t farmer. L'nder the meas ure prepared bv the sub-committee. i or.ly the land owners would have been 'able to get credit. In the opinion of the president 1; would lake many weeks to frame a measure which would be broad enough to satisfy the full membership of the enmmittee. Consequently President Wilson is willing to accept the caucus action pending fi.rtl.er consideration of a ! rural credits bill. War Secretary Wants to Know FateYoungMan HV ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington. May 1 ..-Secret a ry Oarrison has directed Oeneral Funs tun at Vera Cruz to ask Oeneral Maas. the Mfvion; Federal commander, what, has become of Samuel Parks, the. I'. S. Private who, while supposedly In sane, rode through the Mexican lines and has ivt t e, n heard of since. . like inquiry Pas beet) transmitted by Secretary l'.r;.ia (o (.'n. Huerta throuch the 1 'v zilia tninis-tcr in .Me.v 1 o Citv. It h.-is been reported that Parks met death in the Mexican lines. Mr. Garnsop said today that General Funston had reported unverified .sto ries repeated to him concerning the execution of the American private Put !:ns made no report based upon official advices. Secretary Garrison said his future course wili defend upon the nature of the replies to inouiries now being made jointly by the s'ate and war depa rtments. "There is i:otb:r.i to' bo gained bv gottlns excited l ef .re w e know what the facts ar-x" th-"' secretary adde.J MAGAZINE WRITER ON "ADVERTISING" P.V ASSOCIATED PTiKSP. I. awrer.ee, Kas., May 13. "Sound advertising dos not lead to th de struction of the saving instinct of the American people nor to the reckless spending of their money. It leads to intelligent and national spending." This statement was made in a paper by Irvin S. Cobb, magazine writer, read at today's session of the National Xewspauer conference in progress this week a; the University of Kansas. Mr. OoWs paper was prepared in answer to the ouestion "Is Advertis ing Destrovlng the Thrift of the Na tion?" Mr. Cobb said in his opinion no article, however widely advertised, could be forced on the readers of newspapers and magazine unless it had merit. He said he did not be lieve newspapers made "subtle ap peals" to their readers to spend money. Addresses were made by Richard If. Waldo, advertising itwnaiw of a New York magazine and others. AVRAE SPRINGS FIRST CAMPAIGN 1 lVlfc,N 1 I N SUMMONING OF MEN TO TESTIFY Interstate Commerce Com mission Arill Hear Testi mony oL Mellen and Others Despite Protest of Department of Justice. BV ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, May 12. Despite th Protest of tha department of ju.-ii. Charles Mellen. former president .!! other officials of the New li 'cti U.ul road, will ie called to testiic it, Jlc In: erst a ' e C Vi-s tiga 1 H li ; a i ! ad am a n;:o;mee;i;e Coinmissle.j'.i i hcM' ;.u sion. tod.-. y cute saynn Oeoi'go Mi!, Mavea. were : ; is .i I mmeive Commission's h, or 1 : 1 1 lie rel.iti.itlri :' th' 1 1 ! rd ( Virnpd ny. Tin as made l.ile today l -- M.-Cord. i s .-; 1 ! Vik. of i lie commis ! -ceived a dc-M or';-: 'erti': Wm. Rookefelii r :', director. of the ic,t; ill to appear. il and N c w cl;c- .Jeki 1 I:-l.ili.i. ;ci;-ia. Tiic attorney g"?ierul fears the o:b cia''-, iiy t esl ifv'.'-r'g, 2ti;i; b' becom. iat muri" Iron; possible, prosecution "I! :s ir.y juescti' ii:tcntio;i in "ha rb.-s S. Mellen j.,n ihe u;:n-'ss sta; .i ff.nd ea:n. rie Piio." sa.id Josc.ai W. Folk, chi.-f cosnsel ,f the li;: . ita w oti!mfce c;iniiil.-.skn. w hich Is con iin'tinS' tlu- inquiry into the li-iata-jal operations oi the New ll;i'"ti and the ti'Pard Company. "tt is no! a question of im nhaiity but or" h'- her the truth shail sap pressed. .'v'eilcn. as a. witness, t -1 1 i rv ii'i truth uo;:!d bo a thousand linn more valuable m the public than M'' len could possibly lie as a defendant. "The situation is now as it lias been from the beginning. It is insis'ed tha! all witnesses ha.ving know !edg- of tire matters nmb-r investigation be placed on the stand and they will lie questioned without llmiiation as to the questions to be asked. The w hole truth will be brofight out if it - is nos.--ible to do so. rio mvtter whoifr it hits. "The great question before the American peopl today is to secure horesty in the management of the railway systems ol the country. "The revelations already brounht to 'ivht in this Investigation and the fur ther disclosures that Mr. Mellen and other v.itne-ses an make should be of immense value and result in egia -lion that will cause i; to be Just as grave a cniii- to plumb r ibe public throucrh a corporation as it. i now personally to rob an individual. STRIKING ADDRESS WOMAN SUFFRAGE P. V ASSOFIATED PRESS, ri.cne. ,biy Pi. - The j;,.v. Dr. - una Howard Sil.ivv of New Vork. tmiiiV dei'. e.'. .! a striking address n wo man s1 ;u" race at a public meeting un der the auspices of the Infi rn ational eoiino'l of women. Dr. Sluivv said the first duly of pa -trior;." women is to bring 'tie praeti r.. i fr- of crovernmenis into harmony with '!!- fundamental f rinrinb? of jus- ! ti'-e w'nir-h demands that the laws gov erbii".; tie people give equal privileges! and oe sat opportunities to all, regard less r s .. Duiii-iK the i.tsl five ear.'-. she said, woman sit'TraKo h.as grown from .an academic to ft practical question an -I all political parties have realized that It is Hi!.; with which govt-rnmeots must speedily (hal. CULTURE FAMILY LIFE DISCUSSED P.V ASSOCIATED PRESS. Memphis, Term., IMay ?. ' ti it i. re of family ilf" from the tnr" po r, t of so cial fiiif eh,(Tity worker, th.- minister, the. physician and tin. rdaa ator, v.a discussed t(d;iv befor iie natio.-ja! confereni e of o'iavPks and 'i-rri-.-tiotis. Those who prepared ji.ij.it s included Miss Harriet :. X'itt.um. rx ..rt h w est -ern Ftiiversjty settient' tit, Chicago; Rev J C,-ail: N'orrU. -tphi.s A. Delhi mv. of Hiram House. ,e. le-.'e- land, ( li;o; Pol (ej York S'-hooi of McVev. i n-!i!"i P. f.ee of the New itla r. i. hropy ; I'. 1 ,. ;' riie 1 ' nl vers) t of North Dakota a.'ni i, of Ch-lc-wo. S'ind.ird I-' f ef '.' in' -.ei uhberhood dee,.;,,T,T. r.ient of the Soi i.'ll e i! as subject to be take a 1 meet it, gs. P.; t ton hi a ' " t t and t r'-n t y re annr.it n' ed i -fl in section- Chicago Pays Tribute to Young Man, Victim of Mexican Snipers EY ASSOCIATED PP.KS. Chicago. May 13. The distinction which never attended trie juuti; Jew ish marines. Sarnmie Meissen berg. In life, was his today when his body. I wrapped in the flag for which he died I at Vera Cruz was borne back to his home. He was the only Chicagoan lunong those who save their lives tm the Mex ican port, ar.d not only the city hut the state ur.iied to honor his mem ory. When the funeral car reached the Ea Salle street station, police were present to maintain order, o.tt the great ciowd was silent and orderly. A guard of honor received tic coifia WEST FLORIDA The Coming Garden Spot of the jMation. SENSATION S ( 'uhlislies a Letter Written i )ver the Xante of T. J. Appleyaial. Jr. ASSERTS HE IS FOR THE BULL MOOSERS Photographic. Copies of Let ter Addressed to C. Hodges, 1 Will Moose Can didate for Coventor, Iein' l)istrihnted Over the State hy Commissioner of AltH culture. lion. V. A ' agrt. u it ore itio;, in tlu aMishiag a M.'Rae . sprit:.', presf'ii commissio! -r ie I 1 1 it f-ci I - campain ny letter written over tl. before ti-o intijile if Ids oi'ponejit, eUction of P1L', In w hich the wr; jasserts thai, he is for the RuU Mo )tc.e(. The letter as follow. A STARTLING LETTER. A ) a. I ia . I'ia., .N'ov, 1, I'M: lion. V. Hod -es, T:i t'a iniss e. ! 'la . ; M ! o.ii' 1 lodges: . Put me down ia the I; I i' m c . J shall as!, m y li'I Moose col voto oi, tii'vt Tuesday tor the whole i.'Net and ib an l can to secure otes for it here. W ill try and arranpe to go to Wash ington with you in March next to foi Teddy inaugurated. With kindest regards and bet wishes, believe mo to be Sincereiv vours, T. .1. ' A IMT-KVARP. JR PHOTOGRAPHIC COPIES. Photographic copier of this !Hii p a. re also being distributed over th state. If Mr. Appieyard wrote this letter and voted as he sai.i be wan going to vide, he could not m.ike the oath which a, candidate Is required to m vli in order to qualify a.s a candidate In tjte democratic, primary. The letter will create n pns'J lion in everj' seciio-i of Florida and th public will How look forward with unusual interest to .Mr. A ppleyard'n expla nation. NoArmsLanded in Mexico From German Vessel P.V ASS'iClATHD PRESS. W'amngton, May 13 Admiral Flt.id Ker a i Vera Cruz today assured lh navy department In tin official report, that the Oermiin vessel Kronprinzessin Fecehe hnrl landed no arms consigned to Oeneral Huerta at any Mexican port. He repoi ted thnt 6S0 pieces of a general cargo on the vessel wctk landed at Vera Crnr, before departing for Havana but that the htmi nd ammunition were retained on boarl Tins wan reported in a denpatcli frfm Admiral itadger transmitting ad vices received by him from Admiral Mavo lying off Tampico as late a.i thre.. o'cbK-k this mornlr.g. The admir.il any- that the henvy firing rouni Tampico stopped about three o'clock Tuesdn v afternoon. He reports further that the Constitutionalists, so far n i can be ascertained, have u"d onlv one flell t;tin v.hlch was fired at long I r tervalft. Apparently reliable Informa tion from tho sc n of tlbtlmr is h t!io et'ff-ct tha.r the Const it of hnnlis at one lime ad vh need their lines mvl temporarily occupied some of the fed ernl trenches. Ailm'rnl Mnyo priys ;t v.'.is reported tha!', the r i:'iialti.i rci both sides have been very heavy. ORGANIZATION OF BANKS EXPEDITED DV ASSO II AT ED PTtESS. Washington, May 13. In every pos sible way the organisation of the fed -era I reserve banks In t be erpedlted. Judge Elliott, of the organization com -mirtee is today sending to the five brinks in each district decimated t effect the organization of the twelvo bank the necessary certificates for th incorpnratioji of the re-vrve banl'.v. Prompt action Is expected l.y the rep -resenta tivep of the member t'antin ! that the system may re in operation by August I. and an escort of SG0 men appoint. 1 by Governor Dunne and Mavor Harri son escorted It to the city hall. Here the body remained on vo.v for Lours while mn and women fi'-d past. Thousands will be In the fan eral procession tomorrow, Inepidit ; the governor, the mayor, United Sta;. - Senator lwlo end Congressman s. e ath. All will make addresses ai ti e services which will be held in A:.-!.-Kana-ihed Israel eynaro-ie. In o will be policemen mounted and afoot: detachments of United States Infan try, cavalry, marines and sailors, na tional guard, -veterans of the Civil aril Spanish ''America n war. Jewish an4 other organiza 'ions.