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VOL. 1, NUMBER 81.
fr?eklj. ?RUbIb)b*d J8*t DaUr, Ja?. 1?, 1914,
$5.00 PER ANNUM.
ThK Government Will Have To
Decide That Matter In a Very
Few Hoare Now
1 f ? ?
(By Associated Press)
Washington. May 13.-First formai
steps in tee program of mediation in
the Mexican problem were taken here
.today when Justic Lamar and Fred
erick W. Lehmann, together with their
secretary H. Percival Dodge, who will
represent the United States, paid their
respects to the three South American
envoys who havo undertaken by dip
lomacy to solve the Mexican question.
Reports were current that strong
pressure would be brought to bear on
the constitutionalists from several
quarters after the expected victory at
Tampico,, to get them to participate in
the mediation.
A Soldier Murdered.
Secretary Garrison cabled General
Funston at Vera Grus to demand of
General Ma aa. the Mexican command
er, a full explanation of the death of
Private Parks, ..who strayed into Mex
ican lines several days ago. Protest
against the reported execution of
Parks and the alleged burning:of hts
body baa been sent also through diplo
matic channels to President Huerta.
Secretary Garrison - h?lds . that as
* o ric F- was in uniform, he should havo
boen treated as a 'prisoner of war.
General Funston thinks Parks weut
Mr. Garrison also aaked General
Funston for another report on the de
tails of tbe arrest ot five South Ameri
cans accused of sniping at Vera Crus.
. These were the chief developments
lu* tba Mexican situation today:- The
med la tors worn ibtisy pre nari og flor
their departure and Counsellor 'Lan
sing spent much tfine wUhjtgeAn^t-;
re fcrred for findl ?ecisioif to the sec^
rotary .of. state and the president.
The practical certainty that the con
stitutionalist* would be in control of
Tampico made lt apparent today that
Ute United States.soon would be In
a position to bring about a return tb
normal conditions ia 'thet oil district,
NottPliationa with ?Ule constitutional
ists, to permit foreign employes to re
turn to the-wells < will be begun as
soon as the news Ot the occupation of
the district is received.
Here ts a Problem.
Another phase ot the. situation
which produced much discussion in
executive quarters on the question of
ammunition shipments destined for
Tampico, which the constitutionalists
iimc - UM runic.
Constitutionalists, here say that af
ter theibajtttea of Tampico and Saltillo
now being fought,' the rebels will have
little ammunition left with which to
continue their, fight; against Hueste.
With a; practical embargo on the im
portation of munitions of war Across
the American border in effect now
the rebels believe the' only chance
. of getting additional ammunition will
be from abroad.
On the other'hand, should the con
stitutionalists be allowed to import
ammunition through Tampico,, some
point out that Huerta probably would
protest that the holding'up of ship
men tr. of arniB for him, at Vera Crus,
was unjust.
The expected capture of Tampico,
t the port next in importance to Vera
Crus, will r??ss many iij?er*&i.i?g
questions, as the rebels have held no
seaports heretofore.
Tho federal gunboats may seek to
prevent arms and supplies from land
ing at Tampico, but such an interfer
ence with International commerce
might not be tolerated by the big
ships hete, belonging to oth* ouo
Americans Were
By Th
- - ? 'ii:_:
(By Aasoolated Pre*)
Quaraangs/TLa.f May lg^-Dr. Ed
ward W. Ryan and Wilbert L. Bonney.
American consul a* San Lula Potosi
were; among lt* refugees arriving on
the "Mofeo Castle" today. Dr. Ryan
has Leen reported as connected wit*
the American Hod Cross and Was im
prisoned at Zacates.
consul Bonney said that on April
2V th* day the Americans landed at
Vera Crus, a mob .orroundM the con
sulate and threatened Americans ta-j
olde. They dejStrt&ed the doorway of
the building end took throe American
flag* tv th?5 y II S "jiTi TTu?rS they '?'i.TC, J
torn into abroad*. He said that he
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Nsshvlle, Tenn,, May 13.-Dr. ?
Lansing Burrows, pastor of the o
lo First Baptist church of Aug?s- o
O' ta. Ga., was elected president o
1 o of the Southern Baptist Conven- o |
tlon this afternoon, defeating o
Dr. J. G. Gambreli of Dallas, o
Texas, by a vote of 507 to 501. o
o e
[Trying To Get To See Body of
Lad Killed in the Vera Crux
(By Associated Presa)
Chicago, May 13.-The return today,
of the body of Samuel Meisenberg,
the young Chicago marine, killed at
Vera Cruz, caused a panic in the city
hall where the body- lay in state ror
three hourB.
catafalque, in the rotunda of the mu
nicipal building, that a acore of women
fainted when caught tn thb smother
ing press and cried fdr air. Only the
names of 12 women, who succumbed
were obtained by the police, but among
these were Mrs. Morris Meisenberg,
mother o fthe dead hero.
. Cool headed elevator men did much
to avert disaster. They opened the
doors of their'cages and carried those
nearest them to the upper doors.
While ponce sought to quiet those in
the corridors fend others at the en
. ucea fought-to restrain the thuos
"ids who blocked the streets outside
and who, in return made - desperate
efforts to- crowd ' within the doors.
' Finally tho crush became so great
Vb at a police lieutenant sent ln> a
riot cali and the reinforcements euc
;eeded In restoring order.
have c?UOTbt?ted largely to the dis-'
The funeral will be held wttfc Jew
rites 't?ttir?U.Yr iad ss Immense pr
. onidiej-B. Mtiers; ?a?o?w
guardsmen, veterans and tho civil-and j
Spanish war sad numerous civic bod- j
??? wii? escort T? ie cortege io the'
synagogue. Addresses will bo made
by United states Senator Lewis, Gov- I
ernor Dunne; and Mayor Harrison. -
j b Huerta Trying To Strengthen
His forces In the Vicinity of
' Vera Cruz
(By Associated Press)
Washington, May 18.-News reached
Washington through official circles
tonight that General Oerels Pena, one
ot the highest ranking officers In the
Mexican federal army .had taken com
mand of the forces outside of Vera
Crux, superseding General Maas.
.Thia news 1 caused sepeulation
around the state, war and navy de
partments. 8ome officials Were In
clined to attach special significance
to the move, seeing -in it evidence of
Huerta's intention to strengthen his
position around the port and possibly
to assume an offensive attitude.
On the other hand, lt was suggested
that General Maas* conduct had dis
pleased the dictator and that his re
moval probably had nothing whatever
to* do with the international situation.
Those who took ? the less optimistic
view thought that, the fsll ot Tampico
today ml'js have made Huerta des?
ps rate and nave led him tu take nome
st?p to force the hand of the United
States without waiting the outcome of
the pending mediaron negotiations.
Speaks at Andersen.
Mr. C. C. Featherstone has accept
ed the invitation So deliver the com
mencement address at Anderson Fit
ting Schcol on Tuesday, May 26th.
ie Mexican Moos
t[tA with Mrs: Bonney fo the home ot
the British consul where they, hld for
;W$j|g?ta^rtii?iftJpjWWii? time
they escaped from the city and pro
ceeded to Mexico City and tuen to
Puerto Mexico.
Dr. Ryah, who wad s prisoner of the
Usc Mexicans for several days and re
leased only after the United States
had mada urgiettt repr?sentations ia
his behalt refused to* discuss the sit
natlon, saying he would report noth^
lng un(sM??|tsthed Washington. Dr.
fry li ?n .sanposod to *be. oa the ?3?
persaaPwhlch arrived Monday. He
bonnie* ih?i v<Wi ?? f^erto Mexico
bot left lt ot Vera Crus.
Says Only Twing of Conscience
Is When He Remembers He
Plotted Against Rosenthal
(By Associated Press)
I New Yprk. May 13.-"Bald Jack"
Ro8j. chief witness for the prosecution
st the second trial of Charles Becker?
charged with being the instigator of
the plot that resulted in the murder of
Herman. Rosenthal, came from ,the
stand at the conclusion today of 'five
hours of relentless cross examination,
bright-eyed and smiling.,
The baldheaded informer quietly and
unfaltarlnj;ly * answered overy ques
tion asked him by chief of Becker's
counsel Manton. Even when Manton
asked the witness If lt were true that
ho imi? made his ii' ?ug ny committing
petty larcenies and by selling opium
to the slaves of the habit of New
York's chinatown, the former gambler
remained unperturbed.
Rose's expression never changed
during all tho grilling. The tone of
his voice waa neither raised nor low
ered at any time.. He reiterated his
story bf underworld intrigue and mur.
der, with a cairn and matter of fact
air. He showed no fear, no emotion
and no remorse except on one neon,
sion. Then he said his conscience
rrlcked him when he thought over
how he bsd plotted to have Herman
Rosenthal murdered. '.V\l
Manton managed to get Rose to ad
mit that there were m' or discrepan
cies between the testimony he offered
at the firs; trial and that which he
8ve on direct examination yesterday,
.se sgt)d; bis testimony yesterday was
more cplnplete in places than, his ter
'?inony. At the'same '
some things
t mentios*'I
abotrtMt.* .
Me ?or me not' to fftfeve
something bul now and then."
During the afternoon examination
Manton put questions to Rose, which
were designed to show that Rosenthal
figured prominently in a gamblers'
war and was bated.
Rose admitted that Sam Paul, a
gambler, abd Rosenthal, had a falling
out soon' after the latter's house wa?
raided.. Hose also said Rosenthal hir
ed -spanish Louie" to kill Sam raul.
"Louie" failed to do it. He told Ros
enthal, according to Rose, that Paut
had given him 650 and he wouldn't
shoot a man who. was so generous.
Then? Rose said, Rosenthal hired
"Bloody Mike," to kill 'Spanish Louie,'
he did.
, The witness admitted that he had
broken with rosenthal after the latter
had spread tales that Rose was
squealer, thereby putting Rose's life
Attorney General and The Interstate
Commerce Commission. .
I " ., -!- ?l I
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, . May 13.-There was
heated conference today between At
torney General Mc Reynolds and the
representatives of the interstate com
merce commission relative- to sum
moning witness in the hearing ot the
matters of the New Haven road. It
was stated that William Rockefeller
is too lil'to appear, aa a witness; Geo.
P. Baker, Ches. F. Mellen and others
were summoned.
It waa urged by Mr. McRoynolds
that to Put Melt?n oa the stand in
aa investigation might act to prevent
his prosecution later on. He did not
say that he intended to prosecute. The
commission announced that it would
proceed without any change In its
)ians, despite the protest of Mr. Mc
The feen Crae Wounded.
Nsw York, May 13.-The hospital
ship Solace, bringing sick and wound
ed from Vera Cruz will not reach quar
antine Until.midnight and will dock
tomorrow morning. Thia was an
r. ou seed st the navy yard today;
- ?
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o e
- . .. ,.
(fey Associated Pres?)
Torreen. Meg, May M.-V'On to Sal
tillo. San Lois Potosi and Mexico City"
is ibo erg .heard everywhere her? to
day. Inquiry often brings the state
ment that Mexico le tired ot war ead
expression of regret that the United
SUtes replaced the embargo on arms.
The Villa army is said to be confident!
that ft will secure ammunition some
where. Rvs ry possible measure . to
secure success at Saltillo and points
further south ts betas tait?n. Ammu
nition ia sung concentrate? here and
at Monterey.
?Leid ? Trap for the ?r?ted ?tar?s
Trying to Get-All Mexico
United Ag*in?t UV
(By Associated Press.)
Weaqlngton, May ll.-Asser.lug thut
President Wilson was more than Jus
tified in refusing- "to recognize Vi?-r
torlano Huerta aa nfasld^nt ot Mex
ico, pud that thc v?ulto? States must
not turn back Uuql$K bas establish
ed constltutlorj?l government In the]
Republic, Senator Owen today star-1
tied the senate'with a remarkable de- ;
nunciation of tb? Mexican dictator, j
His - speech wasC .'. an intimate
history of Huerta'?fJTSa the time he1
tore the ruins ot toewrr from the '
bands of a^^^rcssat '^?g-.'fi
Throush it ran the color of blood and !
HB story reeked wita murder, intrigue
and violence where innocent men who
talked too much, went behind prison
walls and Huerta by the force of arms
and the impelling p$fptn.Qf fear Im
posed his will upon *i2s0?0,O0O' peo
To back JIB his asertfems the Sena
tor produced confidential documenta
from the State Department aniaI -data
from other sources^ He 'rejoiced, he
said that u;ediat',?5 ^?5 -been'oif?red.
"But." he declared; "let no mistake
be made. We ratssjf demand. order.
constitutional1 sewgsvcrnuient and
that the -'right ofadVereignty may be
placed in tile hau^?ot the people o?
Mexico, under $ is and stability
Of govern: o \?? at M?xico
and J^^^^^^^^^Hire peace abd
security'and ii
force these deniat?
m- i?f*fa ???? '? v ?
\ pfct^ftrfic e^j?sr? ot Mexico of our .
' unselfish purpose tb pretndte thc civ
ilisation and protect human life and j
hZrZlzzzz "7? ?nj ?n Cuba, ram- i
otic Mexicans honestly desiring peace
and justice and the establishment of
the bona fide government of Mexico:
by the peopte of Mewicu should co
operate with UH.
Seasicr Ot^cn told again the story!
of tho fail of Porlffrio Diaz, the rise
of Madero, BBQ **??.. of r?serts nn? PW.
lix Dmz, Porfirio's nephew which led
to the death and overthrow of Madero
and put Huerta is the president's
chair. He (recited the uprising of
Carranza on authority of the legisla-,
ture of the State of Coahulia and told
how 8enator Domtntgues dared de
nounce Huerta to the Mexican senate.
He declared that Huerta had pacified
the country by extermination and he
charged him with attempting to keep
hie post by Inciting a conflict with the j
UnjicG states.
The senator said that shortly after- '
? wards Dominguez disappeared and he
was reported murdered. Then he
told of the attempts to secure an In-,
vestigation of his death by the Mexi
can congress, and how Huerta put tho
Congress in jail.
(Continued on Page Seven A
m. srsMswv
Trampled In Trying
Body of First Victim
at Vera Crux
(By Associated Press)
5 v Cambridge Masr. May 13 -More than
100 women were trampled on and in
lit in a stampede which Se
the efforts of thousands to
y ot corporal Daniel W.
one ot the heroes of Vera]
as lt Ia:- in state, in the mill
armory. The Injured were at
tended hy physicians, hurriedly sum
moned trota the vwrtdus hospitals. At
one time all of the officers' rooms in
the armory wer* ?lied with patients.
Most.of them were scat to their homes
Beeidet* those taken to the armory
a number were removed to private
i homes in the vicinity.
--se .crowd had- gathered
12 officers had been de-1
restett'was confusion, when]
thc crowd pressed dor ward to the1
doors; Wosnea, children and men
*?r* W?0p?!s)ewa sM^ trampled A
.**sOT*'*as ??nt for police and
rs. The twenty additional po
. who responded? proved insuffi
cient and the militia offlcera organized
a proviaional company^ members of
u"?i ~0?"? 5SnA 0%ki* r'mutiij ir?b
' te' keep the crowd back.- They
r guard until a late hor.r.
Tho p?renla o^^Ufgstry had their
Idead U? ?nemseifes only an boor or
f?sW??|2r^mbridge home.
Eight Regiments of the Arab Pa
trol in Fantastic Garb, Hend
ed by Bands of Shrine
(By Associated Press) ' - j
Atlanta, May IS.-Selection of Seat-;^
tie at the meeting place for 1915 andi
election of .Dr. Frederick H. Smith of j
Damascus temple, Rochester, N. Y., aa
imperial potentate of the imperial
coondil, marked today's meeting here
of the nobles of the Ancient Order of
the Mystic Shrine of North America,
' The meeting at Seattle will open on
Jniy 15 and will continue for. four f
days. The Washington city was fin- ri
ally decided on after its advantages
and those or San Francisco, the other
city =?;ki=B ttz saiherins, h-d c
considered by the imperial council f
lat? today. The final vote waa unanl--g
mous for Seattle. 11
In addition to the election of Mr.,
Smith ' as imperial ? potentate to sue- 8
coed William W. Irwin of Wheeling.
W. V., tho following other officers ? 1
were elected: . - v*1t
J. Putnam Stevens. Portland,. Me., J.
deputy imperial potentate.
3, F. Neldringhaus, Jr.. 8t. Louis, ' *
imeprial chief rabban. . i
William 8. Brown, Pittsburgh, Pa,, J
-imperial treasurer. I
Benjamin W. Powell, Boston, Mass., I
Imperial, recorder. (v
Charles E. Oversbire, Minneapolis,'1
Minc.,' imperial assistant rabbau.
. Ellas J. Jacoby, Indianapolis, Ind.. *
imperial priest and prophet.
w. Freeland Kendrick, Philadelphia. *
Pa., imperial oriental guard. e
same reason James. 8. McCandless of 8
UVtiinli.'i. prC=ltcd tTTC ?7C?ZZ '
from imperial outer gaurd to imeprial J
marshal. It
Jack T. jones of Oklahoma City. Jt
imeprial captain of the guard. {*
Conrad V. Dyckman, Brooklyn. N., e
V., imperial outer guard. ic
Thousands packed the hills and ter- J i
annual divisions! review cf the patro?n m
races of Piedmont Park to witness the. t
of the different temples of the shrine c
and the exhibition drills, lt was the!
third great rpecalacle staged by the 1
Sbrlcers, two elaborate parades being
given yesterday.
Patrols participating included more
than 3,000 men. They were divided in
to eight regiments led by eight bands ,
formed from thc one thousand must- *
clans represented in the various bands
of the different partols. All of the
patrols were garbed In brilliant unl
rorms or oriental design. At the con
jurion of the review and drille, the
bands massed and gave a concert ot
national airs.
Visiting patrols and' nobles were en
tertained tonight at a ball given by the J
local Yaarab's temple's patrol. ;
! gays The Situation ls a Legacy Pren
. Mr. Taft.
.(By Associated Press)
Wllkesarre. Pa., May 15.-Secretary
of Staate Bryan 1 was the principal
speaker at a rally here tonglht In the
Interests of "reorganising the demo- |c
eratic ticket, with A. Mitchell Pal- <
mer for.senator and Vance ?. McCor-j*
mick for governor. Mr. Bryan de- "
dared the ticket's success would mean I
the indorsement of the national 11
administration's policies. . id
Referring to the Mexican situation,ls
Secretary Bryan said the Mexican lt
question was a legacy from the Taft 1
administration. President Wilson be f
said, la trying to solve the problem-e
and also maintain the nation's honor} I
through peaceful means. j l
Opposes President
Washington, May 13.-Senator Bha
froth, of Colorado, democrat, today fn-?
formet! the senate that he felt himself? i
bound by the platform to support ex-. J
emption of coastwise vessels from [
Panama canal tolls.. ?? >
? Kiuenwlve Faa. o
<By Associated Press) h
Washington. May 13.-A special ur- ' r
gent defRclency appropriviam bill ear. c
rying $6,770,632. including moro than. fi
16,000,000 for military establishment i r
for expenditures on account of pestle
.nd known contemplated activity in ' a
Mexico sod on the Mexican border, h
waa ordered favorably -reported to a
the house by the appropriations cow-1
mitt?? today. It will be taken up io a
the senate cext week. p
) o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o I
? ?
i Atl-nlH, Jliiy IX-Seattle was
i the unanimous cholee nf the
> toaiBlttre of the Imperial roiin?
i ell of the mystic shrine which
i considered the choice of ? sect- ol
i [?ur place for the council lu IPI?, o |
The report was Kubnilttcd to the
i rounrll here late today for ac- o I
. lion, and was adopted. ol
' Ol
Comptroller of Currency Explains j
Tho New Law. to North Caro
lina Bankers
(By Associated Press)
Raleigh, ht C., May Ll.-Tbe new
ad eral hanking law was described as j
lot only a declaration, "but a guar
htec of the freedom of the cbuntry's I
Inanctal and commercial Interests]
rom tho possiDliiiy of rule vj o.
roup of men," by John Skelton Wll
lams, comptroller of the currency, in I
n address here tonight before the f
Jorth Carolina Bankers . Association,
dr./Williams Said the new law waa a i
dan' "of decentralization and distrl
lution, demanded by the growth andi
xpauaion or our republic." It was
idt ' Intended to injure anybody, he
aid "and il will not injure any but'
hose who insist on being Injured."
"We believe that one or the most|
aluable and beneficial effect's of this
tew banking bill will be toi make)
ucb panic's as we have had In the past
irtuolly Impossible," Mr, Williams
ontinued. "The system we have en
lured through half a century hamp
it checked our growth, I
our heeds. . lt was
of las.
d..vast fortunes, inciting u?n;:ont<-m
ind resentment, the parents of revo
"When a dozen men own among
hemselves 1,600 million dollars, and
brough g system of Interlocking di
?ectorates control>B much more, uer- ?
issltating an amount e<iual to the total]
urrency supply for a bunder million
?opie, we realize that such power is
i t?f rii; not oniy to our commerce and
o the people at large, but to the gov-1
irnroeut Itself."
Drove Back Frightened Negro)
Passengers When Boiler Ex
ploded On Shin
(By Asocia ted Press.)
Kew V'ork^ May 13.-Vivid, clrcum
itautlal stories of the explosion on
he Old Dominion liner Jefferson last
donday night, whleh killed 9 men, I
vere told by passengers when the
crippled ship docked, here today. Ac
ordlng to soma of these narratives,
"ir?t Officer. Bengt*, with a marlins :
?Ike fought back the negro passengers
rom the steerage who tried to throw
hemselvos into the sea.
After the explosion there was com
pete darkness ssve for the dim light
>f tbs companion way oil lanterns.
)ut of the steam flied compartment
?here the explosion occurred four naen
daggered, terribly burned.
They were attended by Miss Mabel
elliott, whose presence of mind un
ter, frightful conditions all the pas
engers Joined in praising. Some of
he burned men begged to be thrown
nto the sea. Several passengers
alnted. It was due to Misa Elliott's
ifforts as much as to those of Officer j
lange, said the pasangers, that a pan- j
c was averted.
Miss Anna Ross Cunningham has r?.
urned from Greenville._._
To Regulate
,.' , , . ' -i ...< -ty ". . ''.>*'?*
(By Associated Press)
Washington, Maly 13.-An open
>reak In the senate banking and cur
ency committee promises to mar
:hairman Owen's attempt to have a
avorblo report made on hts bill to
egulatei stock exchanges. The bill
ame up today before the committee
nd later Chairman Owen said that he
ad been authorised to make a favor
ble report.
Only seven vt Ute twelve members
rere present, however, and those op?
osed to .the measure said a quorum
i. i
And the Feder?is Escaped From
The City the: Best Way That .
They Could
(By Associated . Fresa)
Washington, May 18.-Rear Adnlral
Mayo at Tafiipico reported to tb?- navy
department tonight teat at 2 p. ni.,
today the Mexican federal rrunboats
Bravo and Zaragoza steaaied eat of
ta? 1'anueo river and anchored ?ear
the foreign warships out side.
, The Gunboats have been the chief
support of the garrison and toorar
flight was. accepted by naval officers
here ns meaning that the constitution,
allst* were about to occupy the town.
mr.- : 8 -.- '."
Confirmed In Juarez.
/ Juarez, May 13. -Word was received
liv constitutionalist officials - hur?
shortly before 7 o'clock that the con
stitutionalist forces . under. General
Pablo Gonzales! were occuying Tam
pico. No details as to the loss of life
or' damage to property have boeu re
Federal Troops Hiking? ..
W's lington, May 13,-Evacuation
of Tampico by-the Mexican *] federal
garrison, began at 12:50 p. m:, today
according to s relayed . wlre?ejHf'dis
patch to the navy department, from
Rear Admiral Mayo. The federa!
troops were leaving by the railroad.
Fighting About Over.
Galveston. Texas,, May 13.-Advices
from Vera Crus received hero tonight
state that the 'fighting has about
ceased at Tampico and'the federals
are evacuating the' city !
is said
Was iiiirTr? io ii? ?tefeeir Before
... *T
..niiuiisiuii, ?Tjaj- *o.--iDUnMn'TtlO'!
els encountered desperate resistance
In their fthal attack - had that they*
were compelled to carry their fight
to the heart of thu town was indicated
[by Rear. Admiral Mayo's'report. He
reported that at 1 o'clock today, when
it was stated the rebels had occupied
Tamplce, there was heavy rifle firing
ip thc plaza and that big gun firing
The federals were retreating by way
ot the railroad leading to San Luis
Potosi and it was assumed that they
hoped to reach Pacbua, the terminus
of a raliway line that leads indirectly
to Mexico City. The railroad cut of
Tampico to Monterey ls held by the.
Gets An. Extension Of Time For
: the Holding to Be Dis
posed of y
(By Assuclated Press)
Cincinnati, May 13.-An extension of
time to October 15, 1914, u allowed
the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail why -,
Company in which to sell its holdings
in tho Kannwha and Michigan Railway
The original time set for disposing
if these holdings expired today. The
extension ls worked through-the al
lowing of an appeal, iodine.gnpreip?
court of the United States of a part
of the order of United States Circuit
Judges Warrington, Knappen and.
Dennison, who sitting as a speejal dis
trict court, recently ordered the dis
solution or the alleged soft coal trust
and directed the Chesapeake and Ohio
snd the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern Railway Companies to dis
pose of their stock in the Sunday
Crack Coal Company and break U> '
th?lr commission control of the Katta,
what and Michigan^RaUway Company.
The tim
i Stock Exchange
was nit present when the vote wai
taken and that the authorisation to
report favorably wad not binding.
Senator Shrafroth afterward said
that neither the chairman nor those
who disagreed with him wees exactly
right, but that the committee author
ised Chairman Owen to write a report
ead submit to members tor their sig
Many senators predict that even If
tho bill reaches the calendar with a
favorable reoort lt will not be in
cluded in the legislative program fot
the present session. ;_"

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