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Phone Your Want Ad to Bell 551. Auto 1158. Thirty-Sixth Year. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1914. PRICE TWO CENTS. No. 197. HUERTA RESIGNS; IS NOW IN FLIGHT Carbajal Rules In Mexico But President Wilson Will Withhold Recognition- Refugees On Way Back. i Mexico City, Mex, July 16 --Genpral Victonano Huerta resigned from the provisional presidency of the Mexican republic '(Wednesday evening and his resignation was accepted by the senate and chamber of deputies by a vote of 121 to 17. Francisco Carbajal was then appointed president and took the oath of office at the joint session of the deputies and senators. KESIGNATION READ. Huerta's resignation was submitted through the department of foreign relations It was read in the house and was greeted w ith cries of "Viva Huerta'" It was then referred to the joint committees of Gobernacion. After brief consideration the committee reported, accepting the resignation in the following terms: TEXT OF ARTICLES. "Article 1--We accept the resignation piesented bv General iVictonano Huerta as president of the Mexican United States "Article 2--We call licentiate Francisco Carbajal, mimstei 01 foreign iclations, to assume the presidencv " A ballot was taken and the joint session appro\ed the leport r CARBAJAL CHEERED. President Carbaial proceeded to the national palace undei an escoit of presidential guards and all along the way was gieeted with tumultuous cheeimg my goiernment has encountered ow ing to a scarcity of funds, as well as to the manifest and decided protection wMch a sreat power of this continen has afforded to the rebels--BO much si that when the re\olution had been broken up se» n? that Us chief lead ers were and continued to be divided the power In Question sought a pre text to fntenene directly in the con flict and the result or thin was the outrage committed at Vera Cruz the American fleet THE MAGAPA FA.L.LS CONFERENCE Success -was had as j o i kno^ in adjusting honorably through our dele- sates at Niagara Falls the petty Tam- plco I n c i d e n t but the re"voltuion con tinned ·« Ith the support of whom w e ill k n o w let after the highly patriotic work a c h i e v e d bv our delegates at N i a g a r a Fills tint I there are still some w h o saj come w l a t mav seek m per "onil interests and not t h a t of the re I need to rebut f a c t s I t e n d e r thl HTjERTA. LEVIES Hue'ta l e f t MeMco ~itv l i special Iram some time last night H s cle-tl na'ion w a 0 u n k n o w n b u t it wis taought he was bounri for Puerto Mexico, the-e to jolr his f a m l s and sail tor Europe th»re to go into exile W l"k TO PORT. ' Puerto Mexico Ju j 16--It was currently 'epnrted toda^ that General Huerta w a s on board one of the special trains from the c a n i t a l k n o w n to be on th» w ai here The British cruis er Bristol anchored rear the pi^r in front of "he fetation t h i s morninsr and the GerTin cruiser Dresden was ap preaching the h i r b o r U. S. Recognition On Condition ·tta hmgton Julv 16--Tbo I n i t e d States t"»dav instructed John R Sil J mar 4.me r ican consu' at Saltillo to Jnform General Carranza that if he crrlxes a* a peaceful agreement w i t h the Carbajal govern nunt for the t a n « f e r of power at Mexico Oit\ rec ognition will be extended to the re EU tant adin nist^ation Sho ai d Car r anza refuse to complete * p settlement of tbr Internal con tf ivt bt diplomatic means ancl insist on T, fo-- ble entr into M e \i o Cit\ recognition t\ i 1 be deferred until ^here « i ega"* e T ection \ m c r i sn forces according to pres ent p ] ins T iU not he w i t h d r a w n from [\ eri r \? i r r i i a go\ernment is rec ogniz^ 1 People Receive News Calmly HUERTA TAKES ONE LAST DRINK Metlco CHv Jul^ 16-ter 8 o clock last n e b Huerta accompanied t friend^ entered the Ft hlch he has been in t l visiting seveial t i m e s h o r t U af General a feu nch cife h a b i t of d i l \ for the last -sear or more and tool his u=ual place near the entrance An immense c r o w d f l l r w e d the ex president to the cafe sho i t f n g "vh as f c r him Mar \ shook him bv the h a n d - R h i l e othe s embraced him a n d ^ e ' v r r i l Ms ed h i m on the cheek The stern o d *oldlor ·w.as over come Tnd. tears filled hi- eves He raided h « gla c s and sa d ' Th s w i l l 1: e mv Hst t o a ^ t in my f a \ o r i t e report a n d I d r nk to thp new president of Mexico ippressed rronths ^e last night bv the government made its a p p c T r a n ^ e r "I co C t Tul\ ]J --The change in p -nment wh^r^b General Victor! ft*~ H n e r t a t irred ov*" th* provision e presiden to F-ancis o Carbajal la-, re-^n ^alm re^e \ ed by the popu Jace B»«Id*» th* demonstration made 3n honor of P r f-=; d^nt Carbajal -when ^ was l p! 5 ins; t*e chamber of depu- T PS b u i l d i n g aft*"- taking" the oath yio other o u t b j p s f importance have occurred Th fl re v. ere p few shouts 3n the stieets of do\vn - w i t h Huerta and Vi\a ^'ar'-anza but the police IpromptK int^ri-ened stopoing all such I\ FLTGHT General Huerta ·who r emained in the capital some h o a i a q'ter his re«ig nation is in f ' i g b t probabH on his ·wa^ to Puerto M"ex to join his "arml snd ^rlends who left for tnat port a cat ea- ier Gene al \ureliaro Blanquet his In n st^r of the w a r and strong id Jierent w e n t with Huerta when r^ jf-ft the c t j last night as ditJ s^verii nth e r s of his close friends HLERTA. GREETS C\PBA,J\L B«^ore leaving General H u e r t a w e n t to the national palace wher^ he greet ea Carhajai w,ho replied t h n t r p w o u l d *t all In his power for the countrj s "benefit Later President Tarbajai con ferred. w i t h the sub ae^ieta'-ieg of the d i f f e r e n t departments all °f the mem ters of the H»erta ca.blnet h a \ m g re eigned The diplomatic corns hag ar- Xanged to ma^e a formal call on the liew president on Fridaj GO TO MEET REBELS A significant incident In connection P\ith the change of government was the announcement that a special com mittee had ieft the capital last night ||or Cela\a to arrange with the const! Rationalist leaders for a peaceful en trj into the capital The committee consists of Jesus (Trueta Jose Ine c Noiels and Enriquf Bordes Mangel former members of te chamber of deputies ^EvVSPU i EPS ISSLE EXTR4.S , J All newspapers Issued extras on the Refugees Getting Ready To Return Vera f r TZ Jul\ I f i -- W i t h the resie: n a t i o n of General H lerti f r o m the pro \isional r r si 3enc% there Is e^ rr\ P\ I dpnce a m o n g A - m r r f c i n and foreign refugees h r r e of in I m m ^ l n e r^t irn to the c ^ p al and points in the int ior where a b a n d o n e d interest a are a w a i t i n g i t t e n t l o n GOING Manv A.m ricans who carr^ to \ era Cr iz dur ng the general exnd s i n d re fused to proceed f u r t h e r pen 1 11, «ome a d j u s t m e n t of the a f f a rs of Mexico ha~ve evor^ssed then int nt on of re turning and man\ are mak ng a c t u a l preparation^ to l e a \ e at on f r their former homes P E R M 4 N I A T PE Vr-L DOC PTFD That the removal of G«n ril H ler m e a n = permanent pea f to Mexico Is doubled in some q u a r t e r s h it it i; g^n erallj b ^ i f e t ed ther^ \\ ill ^ d subsidence of n n t i ^mer cin s f n t i m ^ n t and at least a period of r f l f f f rom the menace of actual r r \ o i i t ' o n There h a s been d innt? t h e la t few days a noticeable grn\ th in the n«m ber of English G e r m a n s ind be ter class of Mexicans l e a i r g o-\ ^r th- 3 gap toward the interior Man~\ of th^se are owners Or manac'er^ of ha i f n d a s and the mining: properties TV ho ar- coming back hope to be able to resjrrp husmpss or to repair damage to p-o r i t v oc casioned by abandonment w cl s ago COM \IERCE CR1PPLFD The will doubtless f i n d themselves handicapped bv the crippled = t i t « of commerce through Mexican ^ ilf ports although there Is still one f p r m a n l i n e of steamers pi*ing reguIarH in I brincr ing 1 quantities of «unplies for the In tenor which are e n t e r i n g t h r o u g h Puerto Mexico There is a]-so one \rner*can line whose steamers m a k e the ports irreg ilarlv piibl P Ard as allegation w i t h formal r e s i g n a t i o n of the pren d e n c y of t h e r e p u b l i c The national tongre B must know | t h a t t h e republic t h r o u g h l t e i n m e n t has l a b o r e l In entire good f a i t h an 1 w i t h the f il'en energy h ing =i cceeded in d o i n g awn w i t h the p i r t \ w h i f h in t h e L n i t e d ^tates calls itself D e m o c r a t i c and ha\ ir ^ shown how the r 3ht sho ild be defended IS MORF EXPLIC11 To be more explicit I w i l l si t h a t the action of the g o \ e r n m e n t of the rep iMic d u i ng Its short l i f e has dealt d e a t h b l o w s t o an u n i u s t p p ^ e r Later on stron^pr workers w ill come using i m p l e m e n t s t h a t n n d o u b t r d % w i l l end that power ivhich has done - m u c h h a r m and c o m m i t t e d so many outrages on this continent In concl ision I w i l ] sav that I abandon tho pre iden \ of the re p u b l i c cai r\ ing w i t h me the highest si m of h u m a n w e a l t h for I declare, t h a t I have am ened it t h e bar of u n i v e r s a l conscience th^- honor of a p u r i t i n w h o m I as a g e i t ' e m a n hal len^re to w rest f r o m mp t h a t poises sion 'Mai GoT blosc vou and me. What Britons Think About It l o n d o n Jul 16 -- r e ^!gnation or the f n ^ \ of Me"\. co i^ r torv for Pre^ d e n t \\ ove'-no H u c r t i ·* ro\ is t o n a l pre^i y a r d e d a^ a i ic l = on s polic\ a n d an I m p r o m p t u reception In a ATexico City cafe JLBILA\T While P-eoident Wilson Tnd Secre tary E r j a n ^ ere quiet after the an nouncement of Huerta R resignation thev Ttere jubilant o\er prospects for parly adjustment of the problem tha- has ve-^ed tv, o administrations and threatened to plunge the Lntted States into a foreign -war Th* "Washington g o v e r n m e n t will pot recognize the new provisional president but thp presume tion here is that he ·tvili Moid office only until ar a n g e m e n t s can be *nade for C a r r a n z a s occupation of Chapulte pec Castle 1 I L L 4 SO«R\ J u a r e z Alex Tulv I f i -- T woulc munh prefer t h a i H u e r t a had remained in the chair or In Mexico ~* t j u n t i l corild get our h T n d a on Mm Genenl "\ i l l i "lid \ e = t e r d a y In T n r e r when hp learned of H lerti s i s snatlon r n i l i t ^ r v b a n d pli\ ed m a r t i a l ilrs out side " V i l l a s h e i d q j a r t e r as the n*sv of H icrta s r e s i g n a t i o n \ i^ sprea ] aho it \ Ilia mil remain on t h e border ·RO or three d a s It ua s3id t o d a at his h adq l a r t c r s here M o n t e r e j Afex luH 1 --\ ia Laredo \a*= T i \ 16 -- T\ hen n formed of H u e r t a s r e s i g n a t i o n t n n i g t Gent-ril C u r i n z a m i d e no omnent b L t a high o f f i c u l sa d he believed the con=tltu- n p l i ^ t n i m v T\ o ild p r o t p e a to cap- t u i e Alexico C l t \ Several Escape from Home at Geneva. e n t r v n III s Qua tered g i r l s h e r ? \ver K at is w o corned the Brit sh p u h l l r m l n o f f i r l i l c i r c l r q h re n=; i noa solution of the MXxIcan problem The peaceful end to 1hf complex sit l a t i o n is p r e a t l \ desired heie on account of tl larero b i i t l s h f S n a n r n i intere«ta In tho co i n t r % Most of t h e Lonnon nei repprr- ho^ c x e r e\pre=s doubt os to n h e t h e r conditioner w i l l ^r* better un cler \ en **Uinn C i i r n n r a t h ^ n u h e n C enenl Huer a w a s in poivpr in Alex ico C t\ \V \"NT HEP A.R \TION FOP ^rLRDl/R The PTII "Mail Gazette points 01 t t h a t if Franc PCO rbaja] the ne-w p n x i s i o n i i prpside-nt sur «nder° to Gen nl C i n i n z i as hn is expected to it m a \ oon bp poc^il k to exact rep ant on f J om O neril "Villa for the m irdor at Jai re? of T\ i l l i n m ^ Ben ton the ^ o t t i = h rancher OIHFP OB^T vi ES Th" 1 F"\ enine c i n d a r i sa\s The \A a ^ h l n g f - o n i d m i n i s t n t l o n has 'in T rjipMnn T i^toi Pr c i d o n t il^on has h r o n p p i « s i p n t ° n l p i t i c n t in h s no if n i n r o c o e n t t on of G e n e r a l H n e r t a h i t it is iikeH e n o i e r h he T\ili be m^t nnw b\ other obstirle*: f t as bard to ^ i r m ^ nt is ^ T; en eral Huerta s ob5tlna TPTLMPH OF - FT^ T h e Glibf tTkes mu h t t f i m The e l i m i n a t i o n of Gen r j K c r ti is a t r l i mp-h of =orts for P r e s i d e n t T\ il^on hut it rcia be i 111 ^ i m ^ r t h a t hi d i f f u n i t i e s and T n x i ^ t i r s ire b^ no m f a n s oxer T! ere ic r n r ^ a ^ o n f c ·=! ppo^A that the real o p i n i o n s of the Mexican people w n ha r more ocoort imt\ to i q crt t h e m ^ e h e s un aer General Ca r a n z ^ t h a n t h t \ had i nder General Huerta The T_ nited i tales h o ' r t e ^ p r his heen · w a r n e d b\ experience not to I n q u i r e too rloscl\ nor to expect too m ch JuH l f i -- £ x h u n d r e d in the state home for \vere dm en out I n t o the o r o r k t h s mo n nf l"v flr*^ \ h cb v.3s di ·ro\ered In f ! p a d m i m a n t i o n 1 u i l d m g i f o u r = t o i s t r u c t ire n the m i d d l « of a group of «nn 1 lcr H i d i n g ^ in i\hich the girl a e housed Dnh a t t e n d a n t " ? ^ieep in the admlm* r a t i o n h u i l d m e ' ^OME K A N VWAY \ o n r of tie M. me 1 ^ orrrr ·* t 'ir as l i n e d \\ a« h u r i l t h o u g i t h e \ fled rer p t i t e h to the green ^ome of Dunne, Harrison and Lewis Make Expected Endorsement. Spr'ngfield J u h Ifi --In a signed statement m a d e p i b h ^ ia=t i ight Go\ crnor D i n n e Ma^or Hairison of Chi ago and L n i t e d Q la*eB Senator Lewis a p p e a l to the D e m o c r a t i c \ote r s of the = t a t e to n o m i n a t e Congre^smar-at- Lirge Lraurpn e B ^trnig^r of Lincom for L n i t e d G t i t e s senator The a tion of this t r i u m v i r a t e is expected to reduce the field ot Demo- Tatic s e n a t o r al aspirants to four-- =ti nger Roger C ^ u l l n a n Secretary of State Hir \ T\oods and Lieutenant Go\e nor Rarratt OHara. The other a v o w e d and t e n t a t i v e candidates all ot T h o r n entered «!IP race as a n t i Sul H\ an men ire e x p p ^ t p 1 to v\ ithdra^ ind throw t h e i r siippor* to ^tHnerer TC\T OF ^TATEME%T Follow m? Is the text of the statement To the Democrats of Illinois For rrnrv weeks past ^ e h a \ e heen urgently pressed b m a n \ lojal and i n f l u - ent al Democrats of the state to del a r e a preierence for some one of the D e m o c r a t i c ran lidates for Lnit- ed sti PS s nator R ^ c e n t l v this pre e « i r p has beci me nnat in^i = tent A b o u t J u n e 1 G o v e r n o r Dur n* and Major H a r i«nn p n b l i c U s t a t e d In answer to this p r e s s u r e tl at in t h e i r opinion i«f of the g r ^ a t preponderance of thp of ic 5 n w h r ] I b gentlemen who * l e n t ^ of Cook o mtr It w o u l d e to =p ect thp D e m o c r a t i c candi t r o s -se king" the t re de in Cook McLaughlin Tells of Mulct ing by Union Agents. Chicago July 16--State Represents tlve J McLaughlin a contractor ap peared before a federal grand j u r y to day to gl\e evidence on charges tha certain business agent* of labor un ions h a ^ e used their positions to black mail contiactors McLaugnlin issue a sensational statement June 24 legmg t h a t he and oth^r contractor h a d been s^ stematically held up un der threat of strikes and mulcted t h o u s a n d s of d o l l a r s b^ business agent of unions The statement came af e George Hammond agent for the exca \ators union was shot and killed b Patrick Dignan contractor Charges by McLaughlin that inter «tate shipments of stone and grave had been unlawful!} held up got th case before the federal authorities Th- 3 giand j u r opened Its i n q u i r y e s terdav when McLaughlin began his tes timonv Not Enough Attention Paic to the Physical. d i d t h e m in t h e i r n eht c l o t h e * few of t h e gi *? z t n g the opport m i t to care rin T T \ a v Thev had to go In w h a t few clothes t h e v had a c h i n c e to* ^rab a^ t h e v q d t on the f i r e The f u e d e p a r t m e n t s of G e n e v a Ba t a v i a St C h i ' l e ^ and A u r o r a weie summoned n i d d i lor *o t c f l P f £ h t er«s M i n e it the *taie in t t u t i o n an 1 t h e f l n m e s w err u n d e r control at ^ o cli k I h e lo^s is put at al out * f M r s C a n i e O Connor of Rock I lind s * ipermtendent of the home d a t e f r o m f f i r e t h i t c n t \ \\ e h e r f v th a h^e to th!« pof5itior Th s op n i o n w e b ^ H e \ e Is «hared t» ·no^t T e m o c r i t s -n 1 o n-n e the real in ' e r e = t « of the j . a r t \ at h=ar. F U O P DOT\ \ - T \ T F C\\DIDA.TE To i n c u r p thp sur o=s of p do wn ·=tatp C a n d i d a t* 1 iid t h ^ «=ucce s of the p a r t \ u s t pni to he the concensus of pinion amonsr mo«t Demo rats of the state t h a t o u t p ? r t v sho ild center Its sun port ir^n some one of the down ·^tate c a n d d ^ t e s \ \ l t h o u t Ipt a f i ^ a f i i n * of oth d a t e s -O.A h ^ \ o rp a f t r r m i t u r e i [El UP 1 ins: from thp quali low. n ^tite candi r p i c h ^ d the con la^ion consideration ^nd a f t e r ^ p o k i n g and c e urmer the opinions of mam i n f l u e n t al and di interested D m o c r a t s *rom all p n ^ t ^ of the state t n t H o n o r i b l - LIT? ren^e B ^tilnger po^^pases n o«t p r c m i r p n l K the qnali- f r a t j o n s t h i t w i l l g a t h e r to his =up port the D mocnts of the «tate who i~e in h c i r t % arcord w i t h the pi inri P f « of progre^h e Demo ar\ as t \ p l i fi^d in t h » persons of President "U ilson | a n d ^enetir-v of -tat- 5 B i \ i n and a j ^ u r h w e r p c o m n e n d h i m t o t h e D°mo crits of I l l m o s \rho \\ ^h to sustain the p o l i c e s of th* 1 \ \ i l = o n a d m i n i tra White House Denies It Will Give Up Fight. V a s h i n g t o n J ilv I f i -- T h ^ r e W T S no pt up on Thoma^ D Jon^ of Chi aRO for the f ° d ^ r ^ l Tf**r\e board n t i r m t i o n s t h a t t h e no n m t i o n m i g h t 1 w it d r a w n f r o m the senate w ere ign r -) i«*n denied hv t h e T h i t e Hou^ , L f i nl«s ~v 1 o t h o u g h t tl ^ d m i n i c t r a ! on 5 iprorlerc hn i in i i*rr\ in n u m bort; o er n i ^ h t Opn n n ( ^ of the ·-onf r m i t i o n -\ ^re roi l ^ n t th°t c^uld b e a t it t h " idmm ^ t n f m n *till \a= hcpe ii of \ i t o r ^ t n s\) b\ a sicnaer ni^ioritv * letter ei dor^^c: "Mr Ionr=; bj i nt-i t ^ o lart" 1 bu^ine 4 * n orns in ^niripo was nndo nuhl p i ^ hite House ORTG T \AL ^ TL^ON Mr ^ t r i n a r r v. s one of thp o i i e f n a l \ \ j l s c n Demo n t « in 111 nois and h^s i n \ a 1\ pur*] n r t r d fhe r^e^ld^nt 3 poll TO!*: H s rt o r ! in n n h l i r ind p r i v a t e hf is --Io3n i n l h o n o r a b l e He ha* been t h * chn en c i n l l a f p o* our p'3rt^ for go-xp'-nor L n i t 1 ^ Ttes senator f r ^ t p j n5 T\ n n e - = E il he has a 1 v.a\ indp a spl n d i d ·showing at the no '« ''nd T\ e hel =* e he still D e t a i n s t] f c n n f i lence and r- c rati i i ^ k ind f i l i i\ v. o r Ui\ of i po* f the I n ten ^ t o l ^ s T h i ^ a n n o n em i «sp r l t of di t i t i o p 3 irpo=p n? n d \ «In" 1 ' 1 "" 1 t of the Demind f« in \f--\ nn in the ^enate at tho | f[ r f r o m p a r t i t ^ e b =t i n t o r c p i i ' i n t h e c t i f p w h i h w e b 1 P^ p of I l l i n o i s The n o t rrnde in ·" th the «ole " 1 ' r. i f p l l o w Demo 1 = i n t e r f c*edl\ for n f tl}*» Democratic T i l n a t i o n at a time - riti al in the state n]d ne: of p J b i i r of THURSDAY IN CONGRESS a i j ashington T i' Ifi-- ^ c i to T jdici committee c o n t i n u e d woi-k on trust TEXT OF HUERTA'S RESIGNATION Mexico Cits Jul\ 16--The text o£ General Huerta s resignation f o l l i w s Deputies and Senators P iblic ne cessitv admitted by the chamber o r deputier by the senate and the su preme court called me to thp suprr-me majesty of the republic Later when in this same ha 1 I had th« horor of addressing \ou in compliance w i t h thp ronstitutional precept I promised at all costs to bring about peace BITTER TO"tt A.RDS UNITED STATED 'Se^ent^-en m o n t h s ha\e passe] and in that biief period of ti*np I ha^ e formed an armv w i t h whirh to carr\ out that solemn promise "iou all nston T u i j 16--^ ith H u e r t a s carepi in Mexican politics at an end President M i l t o n and his ad visors todav a w a i t e d the outcome of the mission of three federal eavo\s who ^ t a r t e d from Mexico Cit for r e Ia3 a to ariang"e w i t h th-= Con c t tution a ists for p e a c e f u l entr-v into the cap! tal The committee c o n = i = t e d of three former men beis of the chamber of deputies On w hat basis thov hoped to negotiate foi the transition of p o w p r was not indicated Manv diplomats In "Washington however t h o u g h t T an Cisco Carbajal u h o w as ^Tvorn in as successor to H u c i t a might he dib posed to accept the torn of the plan of G ladal ipe w h i c h provided for the naming of Carranza Constitutionalist chief as provisional president pending elections t h r o u g h o u t the republic HLEE.TA ON "\TAT TO E ^ I t E All doubt in "V\ ashinErton o er the course Huerta might pursue after his i p s f g n a t i o n ^as dispelled todav by the report that he with his f i u h f u l w a r m i n i s t e r General Blanquet had left Mexico Citv aboard a train presumably bound for Puerto Mexico There It was b e l e v p d he would fo low in the Ftepd of P o i f i r i o Diaz and hoard a ship for Europe Huerta s d e p a r t u r e took place -rnator B u r t o n d e c l a r e l f i n d a m e n t a l errors in Si3 i^O^ on r i % e r p n d h a r b o r Mil w erf* =o gro= to 1 «tif us de feat House--Bill to e t ^ n d t n^ P i ments foi =!ettle r s on r n e a t e d and-* debated TV O Mulkev « w o r n m f n t h i r d Al? l a m a d «trict i ceelm" H ^ n i \ D ClTi ton r e r r n t l \ n p r ^ i n t " ! to fpcieral bench nps ml di=cn i h f \ the holde 1 -^ ad eins t h ^ ' r fel T ow citizen* l i i r H w h ^ i t h i ^ idMCe ha« be^n e n t U «o i ^ h t and the advice o f f e r o d i^ gi ei m d « r these clr- Chicago Julv- 16 -- In all lns*an--«s n pntal diseases are flue to physl^a causes ind should be met bv phsica measure =aid Dr Carl "U ^awver of Mar on O todav to the convention of liemsts and neurologist* in session h*re Dr ^awver declared that In studv of 9 ~ n t ca^e his orie= he had read, all ment -was v - I r ^ u a l l v a l w a v a the cause of p h v = l c a l weakness Pevchl^ causes are rrere sidp roads he asserted PH1SICAL LOST SIGHT OF The pschlcal side has attracted m ich attention that the physical Bide has been lo«t sight of said Dr Saw- v ^ r I am conv n c p d that wherever p h v s j c a l conditions are not chown to be thp causes of psvchlc «tates It is dua to the weakness of the Investigator and to the immatureness of his method« rather than the absence of a phy«i cal cause IN INSAIsE CASES Defective elimination and hig:hl in nrea^ed red corpuscle proportion in the blood are present in the largest clasa of insane case* Dr Sawer asserted Treatment to obviate these conditions and develop an increase In the white Corpuscles is e f f e c t i v e he said COLONIZE EPILEPTICS Colonization of all epileptics was ad- o^ated hv Dr Maurice Ljnch of Chi cago chairman of special appeal" com mittee of the L n i t e d Charities State H w s should bp enacted he asserted untie*- w h t c h epileptics could be com mltted to such colonies NO WARRANTS FOR PATMONT SUSPECTS Damille Jul 16--No warrants will 1 e taken out toda for the men sus reeled of h a \ i n g kidnaped Rev Louis Patmont the dr w o r k e r who wis held in a cellar for f i f t y - t h r e e dais Th« s t a t e s attorne\ and church com m i t t e e in charge of the i n v e s t i g a t o n T t t h i s point sa\ It would weaken theh '«e to swear out w a r r a n t s now The 'ay thf\ w i l l a w a i t the callins of the errand i u r \ in October and then seek to r a \ e i n d i c t m e n t s r e t u r n e d ygiinst at icast t h i e e suspects The i^ pstigators u pre driven to take this course beci ise of thp word ing of the statutes r e l a t i v e to consplr acy and k i d n a p i n g In the m e a n t i m e the feir^h to find the minister wno was last k i d n j p p d In Dctnlt will be continued Bond of Peace Between U. S. and Great Britain. Gravesend Eng July 16--T n e un idling 1 and dedication ol tno memori al windows of Pocahontas presented 10 St Georges church here b^ the Dames of Virginia was made the oc rasion today of a general holiday in this little t o w n on the banks of the Thames and its public buildings and private residences were all brightly decorated Tho registers of the church bear the name of the Indian princess BOND OF PEACE The officers ana crews of the Ajner ican battleships Missouri and Illinois and the Annanolis naval cadets on board for their annual practice cruise took a prominent pa-rt In the ce'emon- ies and they and Ambassador Page were accorded an enthusiastic recep- -ion by thousands w h o aad assembled Ihe ambassador w h e n unveiling the windows, dwelt on Pocahontaa 'nflu- ence as a bond of peace oetweei the United States and Great Britain The ceremony of dedication waa per- 'ormed by the Bight Eev John Reg In aid Harmon bishop of Rochester THAW IS GIVEN $160,000 BY COURT Pittsburgh July 16 -- After six months of legal battle Harry K Thaw, n a decision handed down by Judge Over in Orphans Court ye ! terda. Is .warded the income from his father s "tate ^ h i c h has been denied him by ha trustees ^mre he was adjudged Inane for the « l a j i n g of Stanford Wlilte Bv the dpri = lon Thaw gets $160 77 1 ? idge O^er «aid Thaw" u a s legally en- t T ed to the mone, despite t i e fact hat alienists neclared Thaw was suf ring: fron- an exaggerated sense of elf -which wo ild make it unwise to ommit anv laige sums of money Into is personal fha'-g'e STATE BANK CLOSED IN OHIO Co'umbu" O J u l j IS--The Putnam C o j n t \ Banking company a state bank oing- bn=lne=s at Ottawa O closed oda following conferences b 5 o f f ! era of the bank and state bank exam ners St Loui« Mo July 16--=howers all round St Louis w e r e repor*ed he r e da\ and there w e r e occasional show ·3 w i t h i n the cit\ There has been ) h e a x \ rain in ^ Louis 'since May Rain toda\ w a s repo-ted as far orth a«s Hannibal M o , anc" as far uth as Ch c ter 111 There we^e heavy lowers for f f t j miles west of here In mk ns: f 13 ted «ol" \ mo i ati ^U t h i « 1 t w n t h e p r a t o i = ! of th son ·Washington 111 "·-- p · id»nt Wil had a 1'rtt a t t a c k of i n d i g e s t i o n tod-i and c i n r r l M his ^Tisr m e n t s He had a r r a n g e 1 to hold TCP Confer encps w i t h N e w York b = n r « m e n and was to h a v e met m i n \ rrnsrress men on p a t r o n a g e \ ie tion ·^ hite Honsf c Uness was not « a i d m l t h a t his that he prohabU w o u l d leem re ei ns callers again t o m o n o w Pr ~ar\ T Grav son his n a \ i l aide and ph\ ic i n a d v i s e d the president to remain in the execu- mansion a l l d i v The president i t t e n d c l 'ecretary doinss The E] Pais which was know the Immense difficulties which after he had figured as the center of Lanes birthday dinner last night. =tit m e n t w e the desire to insure UCCPSS it the po Is ne\t t h a t I1 rois Hiiall -with L O i t i n i o t o uphold t h e p i e s i d e n t at TVa«hmg f on trinerer s selection at the primar i ^ I e v e w i M in= ire the flection o f Demo n t t c c a n d i d a t e s for con grecs *he legi l i t u r e ino 1 other offices t h r n i E T i o u t the s ate l ^ i e r r ^11 F l w i r d F D u n n e Carter H Har-!s-.n T i m e s t l i m i l t o n Lew is R F T I R E S FROM B VCE 1 T ilv it--=im iltaneouslv enr"nt o f Go\ "-nor Dunne s of =trineer fo' T. nlted c i m e w o r d that Tames Ph igo Democratic can n r i f n i m ti~n h a d w i t h d*"3wn f r o m t h o rice KF jT-EF TO FOLLOW It was stionsrh rumored about the capltol tha Ir i «hor' time 'enitor ivent E K r l l o r of ^ \ a w 11 announce his w i t h d r a w a l o- at ei«t g i v e friends (·» i r a r r c t i n d t h i t he is In accord with e proeram of the Rovp^nor ·nltn tho stit enrtor cm nt C Mr -hone for M D O A I D 1I\1 MAKE RICE Secrt t«»-v-Tren'iU'Pr of Miner* FaTored ns Tindidate bv Snciali«(B ^prin-'ie 1 ^ T u l \ 1H--Duncin Me Donald s cretiri tr»i iror of the I mtsd Vmp ^ ork»r« of Illinois t= fa- 10-ed bi thp ^ir-ialists as a c a n d i d a t e for the leg l a t i r p Th» Socialists ha^ e derided to h a ^ e a tvll state and count ticket for the September primaries BRfDE OF SEVEN DAYS IS SLAIN Dubjque la J u h 16--Mr* Tohn Al len 1" \ ears old and °e\ en da\s a bride w a s murdered la«t night Th*. police and relatives of the \oung 1 wo man a-e searching- for George Delain her cousin who Is «aid to h a \ e paid her a t t e n t i o n before he^ marriage Bloodhounds haxe been «ent to the scene of the crime Kan'is Clt Mo July 16--Tempera, les ranging from f h e to seven de- srees highe- t h a n it the same hours vosterday prevailed over Kansas and the western half of Missouri today and the dav promised to eee new season heat records established At Kansas Cit-v at 10 SO o clock this morning, the mere irv registered 92 decrees seven dee-reps hieher than the same hour yes- terdaj Topeka, reported 91 at the same time four to six degrees over W eathe*- nun.au reports of temperatures taken at v a r i o u s points In Kansas and Missouri at 7 o clock were much higher than estpr^ a \ w h e n n°w sea ·on records were reported r*oncordia registered ^" W i c h i t a 78 Dodge CItv ^t Tosep»i Vo 94 Springfield o 82 =;LEEP OUTSIDF TVlth a m i n i m u m t e m p e r a t u r e of "9 degrees and u n u = j a l h u m l d i t v scores of Kansas C i t i ^ n s Ian n i g h t forsook their sleeping poaches for cool opota In parks and l a w n s BRYAN TO SIGN PEACE TREATY "U a s h m g f o n Jul% I T -- S e c r e t a r y Br\ an announced \e«terda^ that he ·ftould =Ian a poace commission treat tvith "Vfinl^tpr De Pena of Uruguay next '^^onda^ and t h a t on another -135 dui Ing the coming ^ ek he would sign ·similar compacts with the A r g e n t i n e K»pubH- Brazil and Chile THE WEATHER. FIVE MILES UP TOWARD HEAVEN Lelpslc Germany Julv 16--An off! clal test today of the barograph car ried b Heinnch Ofler ch in his bi plane showed *hat the al'itude a t t a i n ed b hirn on his record as sent here or TuK 14 was o \ f r 8 0 0 0 metrpg or 2 6 2 ^ 6 feet that i onK I i 4 fee*- less than f i \ e miles Chi^igo Julv ]»» --Follow ins: a r e the w eathe*- Indi cations u n t i l 7 p m Frirti ·art cloudv todm nnd !· tidai pr«h- nhle lornl Khoii - prs, cooler In north and central portions Frirtny and In north went portion , i I L NEW YORK DIVORCES TAKE BIG JUMP New York Ju'y Ifi--In Manhattan borough 540 absoi 'te d i v o r c e s were granted during the oi~ months ended June 3^ against 3(2 in tht, "*v^e period last year. THE WE4THFR MAP J u l v 16--The ·w^ath' 1 '- map at shoed AnadJin \orthwest -- C'oud5 42 to R p ^ \ i f t C i r r r n t 24 Minn^dosa 0-i t efo-d 22 W i n n i p e g Ofl rainlnie Pe , na 1=1 N o r t h w e s t -- Partly cloudv ^4 to "^ *hme i v \ i l ^ Lafep OS Moorheid *W D il i t h f^ J Kapib C t\ 24 Huron r2 \\ e a t and ^outh^**«t -- Partly clourt ^ above St Ixiifs, 01 Ohio \ a U e \ - P a r t l y cloudy 70 to SO abov« Columbus 02 Clnclnnit 06 E "nsviil* tr^cp CPiro trace Local Obe«*rvations F o l l o w i n g is the rang' 1 of tomp^ritur^ *« recorded bv Prof**F"or J H C o o n r a d t Lnited States weather ob^ertpr 7 a m T h u r s d a j 72 Is oon Thursda% *** Hlgh«-t W^dn^^day ·)% Lou est T h u r « d i v Precipitation 4" Sun rts*-s (Standard time) *0 to A^PAPLRf

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