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SUISTDAY REVIEW Pages 1 to 10. Thirty-Sixth Year. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1914. Price Five Cents. No. 200. MY COUNTRY NEEDS SCHOOLSJ5AYS HUERTA Deposed Dictator Welcomes Reporters But Asks His Own Questions Then Answers Them. and the prospects for a complete restoration of peace were considered bright by officials of the "Washington government. Pu rto Mexico, Jul 18 --Unwilllng- ti "s to l e a v e behind. an friends who TV t n t to d c t o m j a n v him Into exile and J I n to nelect a vessel to carry them t r\ nf* the re i»-h of the constitutional- Is s h a s resulted In the postponement 1 \ i n c i d e n t H u e r t a of his departure I [ i t least a d iy p r r M F T 3-OR HIS ENEMIES \\ t i n t « m p t u o i i B disregard f o r h i s f r 8 In t! e I n t e r i o r w h o would f . r ^ \ r h m off M « x i ^ H n boll if they were ti 1 " r i l H u e i t a shrugged his f.1 i 11 rs i n ' l a u g h e d at the difflcul- t i m w h l h w l ' l fo^e h i m to rpmain In t h e c o i n t r a n o t h t r t w e n t v f o u r hous 1) it mo^t nf t h e members of the p a r t j M o w e d nui h d i s a p p o i n t m e n t because th . oi Id n i set out before tomorrow 1 - j i l , d I the young w o m e n flis- 3 I v i = i - t i s f n r t i o n For ino^t of t h e m t t e m p i t r o i d n tans t h p r U i s u r e s o f 3 11 i in c i t l t s md t h e desire tn r U DM I OF HT 1 KTA H i H i *-p nt a d u l l da t l t. - * n t L s t I T i k in I t s i n i u t m t f i n t r i (-il 1 lite In tl H i f l rn n t n t l c p I n of the G rn i n r i i l ^ r t U n V s m i l roi i t, l i o n 11 i n n s i 1 v, H t n t r ot «· C[ If t H ' O" I K ' IS l t inert, w i o e \ i 1 thin c i i M \ i T l * r 1 to w i t h h i m i h k l t r. | t n l ^ - i h i d i h t i K i ' i t 1 i'-t m t o it bi t , d \ i l l m n In I am IM u f d \ \ i p n e i a l J 1 in i i r n a n 1 t r«-e mem! i s i 'f « I k d to the 1 relink I n tn 1" i r ' was w i ' t i n ? ? r t,moti n other O n f r i ) T i C i p In K h sild t h e tnr ·wner, M \ H r amon th* tn titled to tne re 1 1 r\ t t f d f r 1 with i - 1 nja: M e \ i - He M, n i l c n m e he hoped « ' nolrt J t ^ p l a c r r t l m i -*nd be en ! t of iT ri D« S HOOLS * t I Q r ^ * iz ( l° n "^ c o u n t s needs lie s a l 7 f l i t is a n i t t e r rf school-; M e are s;e t i n t , them ar I w e m ist h a \ e n ir Ci\ Il7-it on IT 1 ed " t i o n arp 1 i r K U t h » * n e tl IHET and Mexico is ^ ' ilU HcKir-, in e d u c a t i o n H \D NOT SI-T\ THEIR "ft OMENT £^pta!n t n n « h i w of the Bristol pild hi respect'' to t^o ex-srosident In the p n r n i n K ns did al*-o t h e commincler of the I)*Tb]*-r L.r 11 lat 'n t h e a f t e r n »on r-ent-ral TIi ^rti had not called i j on n- « f c n ht-» w i f e or t e other w o r ( r n nb^-s oi Ins f a m l h not* h-d r, n r 1 I i T n q »t « ^n ^^no^a B l ^ r - rju t · nt w i t h * iiul nc; the fart that rn T. t h fctor s W T T ho i c e sept.rated t» i w i a l i n l n " : Mcrt-i ind thp other w o m e n ·\\ ! 1 c-en ( n tho Bristol T* ere j tr I P ' to tl e AltM^in g u n b o a t Z i r v . t n o L n T h f v then came GI " had 1 inch In one of the c ' r h e r t r i m In the e ^ e n n? 1 1 tl f P r o c d r n this bein? i r K In the mon ton's foi I f n r T t d r i i ' w a y coiches p 1 t l st n to the continuous j 1 r -, · t u n s n u d the b u m p i n g t - l i ;t % r f (he n o m e n here 's 1 i -, T i n ^ t i r t )lcrib]e / i \ r M \s nrBEi^iO'*' I I i il Orr 7 o supported 1 r . i r - - ^ . n m w h o were with 7 n i } T i t n apnin««t Mad 11 i 1 the flrn organ ni'-t the new g o v e r n in \1\ i^es which ir p t o d i v Orozco t ·; "ned to mobl- -- u l a h e in u,nd ino^e to Quer- per itions He of General MAY BE DELAYED SEVERAL DAYS Puerto Mex July 18---Ex President Huerta. and his partj may be dela\ed for several da% s in their d e p a i t u r e f i o m Mexico A message recei ed l^te tonight from President Carbaja x e fuqed the use of the i T exicaii dm boats for that purpose The me 1 - t^ e x p l a i n e d that it was not deemed w i s e at this t i m t that Mexican w f r ^ h l p 1 * should be u*-pd for such a purpose hut stated t tat the government ·nouH pa for the use of a n j vessel H u e i t a mig t t n a r t e r and then ansu er then Ton « k n o w the answers Tien he asked his i n t n n i p w e i \ r i t e d o w n the f n « t j u '·tion s lo ^s U r n did I r e ^ i g n ^ His replv TV hich h* il^o i n « h( uld be w ritt n do« w is I resigned tl p pu i l n v be I believed t h i t a f t e r i 111 I n t e r n a t i o n a l i f f in n v. d u t v UMCONDITIONAIi SURRENDBR. Ban Antonio, Tex Julv 18--Nothing short of unconditional surrender of the Federal government 'nill b« accepted by the Constitution" lists according o Jloberto V Pasquiera recentlv confidential agent of General Carranza. in W a s h i n g t o n who reached San Antonio today, en route to Carranza s headquarters SltMMAN AHRnES. Bri!cv«d He Beam Proposal for Rfrcog- iitttun Monte-ey Mexico July 18--John R = Him in peisonal repri tentative of P r e s t l e n t 'Wilson to Geneial Carranza a r r l i e d here todaj from Saltlllo It is b t l i e v i d he "bears a c o m m u n i c a t i r n r t l - U h e to a proposal to grant recog- n i t i o n to the Constitutionalist government i m m e d i a t e l y if Carranza agrees to enter Mexico City without further force of arms No word has been re- ccn ed here from Provisional President Carbahl to fd Orozco Starts New Revolution in Mexico, Writes Chief Justice of Supreme Court. Chicago July 18--Another effort to obtain a reprieve for Henry Spencer, sentenced to be hanged July 31 for the murder of Mrs Mildred Allison Bex- roat was made today be'ore Governor D u n n e No reprieve was Issued, but the governor wrote a letter to the chief justice for the stite supreme court r e c o m m e n d i n g that a motion for a new trial for Spencer be h ircl before the dav fixed for. the exec i t i o n «ince the dav of h l i conviction he has be°n a model pri°onGr The plea, for a reprieve was supported b j Dr Williams of the Mood\ Pible Institute pens STTB MOMCO C i t \ Ju^ 1 ^ -- I i g i t l \ e ^ w l i o 11 % e d he t todi\ f r m Coritrenfa u d Tiz p n x i l l i c r e s a few m i l r s 'iom M e x i c o C i t \ r?]*cn t a ^ e r i o u = mo\ e 1 n it M the f o i e u n l e i / t Con « | t r e n s w is itta k t d 1 Ui / T t ^sts to M \ e this li^t p i o o f n \ d e \ o t i o n the ^ons of tlie r M 1 i \lso I s ronv t m t d t h i t n \ sip itm i "" 01 Id fact \ ( is mo i! s (. one l i t ! n b c t v v i n 11 the sons o r t t. u r i b i ·v\m nr 1 1 u ING The id se f isk l i estion w is ^ hs are o n CTV i n ? t n e c o n n t r \ w l l l e j o u n e s t i l l n b ^ e 12 e r v e l e i 9 It w as answerer as 1 Hows Mv de a t t u r e from the n a t i o n il ten i t r v has no other ^ a u a e th in t t .\ p the new E;OV ernm nt an a m p l e field f or act on I al c o b e h e \ e m\ c o n t i m n n c e here w o u l d giv e rise to conject ires w h i c h w 01 Id i e^Jlt in p r e j i l i c m g the DI nr»_eclin c "' of tbf new g o v e r n m e n t I dec'irt to the w or d th it the l i n e of cond i^t I h a v e al wav s fo 1 l o w e d had no other object than m\ heirtiest desiro for the pacification of the c o u n t r j HP 1= THPOl GH General H u e r t a d r o p p e d his clsarct ard t u r n e d to It v e ' P u t G e i e r a l began one corr- 1 L a i l v this moimnp; T h e s a r i i ^ o i t o n sistint, of o n ] v ^ p v e n t e t n Ferle 1 w i s d r h r n o f f an 1 tl o 7 i [ i t i s t i e to tho n u m l r c f P V L I il tl ^in I - - t a i l e d 1 j!l i-jng md b u r n i n g 1 p hous s Tiz il ^ n is il out t w e l v e n lea f r o m i re ind connect-, d i r c e t l v w ih I h e cap ta] 1 j in clec ric r u l w a FE \R Ol TK VGI = Mam of the i h a l i t n i t " of Tlalpam ^in A n g e l a and other \ illig-e* in the Pt-dc^il district are flpeint, to t h e cap ital for p r o t e c t i o n Thc\ ar o i t r i f , « ind an i t t i k 1 thp 7 ^ i i t n i r l h t r ^ n t ^ o n t h p t h e s u b u i b s Federal t r o o p s i LTP d i ^ p n t c h p d 'rom the c p til t o n i g h t to check t h e dd i ince of the m n i u l o r f a It is 1 01101 1 f the ^ i p l o m Insurance "Annexes" Contrary to Law. n id e of the Hi e d th t ill *h t i c corps acci go\ t.'-niient ire to be re called on the estal llslnnent of the a r r i R u c 1 K o \ e r n m e n t The C r i m i n erfie 1 d J u l \ I S -- T n d n a rahng" l ^ Ii *siu in*-* 1 * { p M i t o n d e n t is M Potts I r i d i tt op r i t i o ·a cillccl ' iiTid T w n t i ^ ip:en^ie = or annexes I« h e l d to i f r o n t n r % to l a w d e t n m a t i t o t h p p i I w r l f i r t n 1 n i u ^ it one 1 bo i^r-ni t n iipd T h e r u l i n g is one of ^ i t importance m l comes is the i ^ult nf in invest! Cation m a d e b\ ^ i p ^ r ' n t c - n d o n t Pott 15 w i n h ITT? TP e a l p 1 the f i p t t h i t man 1 ' of t i e l n : ^ e P i ^ t o r n f rp in u in con PI ns not onH ai e ppoi a tins: n m i r r t b ir ow n nirrip" but n ler other i n d f i c t i t l o u * ! t tie*; HO"^ DFCrPTION 1^ DONE The drception is per f i n e 1 in mo t instances b"\ csta I h!np; a * m b s l d i a i o r p " i n i 7 i 101 w i t h n n t r "t r^c^ 01 ip it il w h i c h e^ti i c h c s is: nc = ai tl i c ic^ p o l i c i e s m the n a m e cf thp c ul i d i i M con TJ w 01 k is d o n e b a la r cer omp n\ al s o i l i n g a s m a l l e r and -^hile etbanr'or i r g the c o r ^ o i a t on c o n t i n d i n s ; it l i c mes a^ in i n d t r w i ter c is^n i f e e d e r to the pa nt r n r j o v M o n ATONOPOLY This a n n e x ^^ s t e m not o n l ^ 1= u v i o l n t m n of t h e liv 1 ut ten ·» to mon Killed After They Had Been Captured--No Arrests Made. Fort Smith Ark Jul 18 -- The 1 odte« of Tohn Baskm and Clarence Sjlesberrv mine guards were f o u n l in the w o o d s todav near the Prairie Creek mine A coroner s inquest was he'd o\er them t o n i g h t The men participated in the battle with miners Friday at the Bache-Denman mines SF\ ^ E^ G U A R D S CAPTURED According to the affidavit of L C Thoma" a mine guard and par- t'cipant in the ba,ttle he and six other pmplovrs l e f t the mine while the fighting 1 was at its height and sought to r e a k through th* attacker* The se^ en were ^ a p t ired taken to a log housp in the woods and held for hours u n t i l two state o f f l r - e i s a r r i v e d Then it ·was one of the un on nen shot Baskin a n d is he fell to the ground fired a shot at S j l e s h e r r v and c ent a second bullet I n t o his boc^ as he fell TNJl \CTIO\ MOLATCD Counsel for t h ^ opprators f i l ^ d in f e d e r i l c o j r t H t e to lav I n f n r n n t i a n tlnt? f o r t h \ i n l i t i o n of the f^ i der^l i r n u n c t o n in d ^ t r u c t i o n of p o p e r t j The a f f d a i i t of T h n n is w n I ded is w e l l a« an i f f la\ t In S I. Moore s n p e n n t c n l e n t of the F-airie Creek FK itr AS \ r r VNTS i B i ^ e l on thp I n f o r m a t on and i f f i - diMt-s T df i] J u d e p 1 o n m n s tofla; i s « s i e c P'F t ^ i i r i n t 1 ; ch irjring" v lola t n i of f P court i n j n ction ai d placed r h p n i in th hind's of t h p r nlted --tates i m i ^ h a l Nn arr -t= hid be n made mrter f 3cral w a r r a n t « tonight and, J u d ^ e \ ~ m a n * 11 n o u n o e d he will re- ma n In c h i n b e r p t o m o r r o w to act if im pr o r p r « B.T^ t t o i e h t before him TO FIVD BODIES. Chicago Prosecutor Probing Thursday's Fight. Chicago July 18--Investigations of conditions in Chicago's old segregated district on the south side, where one detective was killed and two policemen and two citizens wounded, in fight Thuredav were begun today by the state a attorne and the civil ser\i^e commission State s Attorney Ho ne declared that the police version of the shooting, that the two squads of detectives in plain clothes did not recognize each other and lost their heads wag untrue He asserted facts had been suppressed and sent his own investigators into the district The i n q u l r j of thp c i v i l service com- mi^sion was begun at the request of Chief of Polirp Gleason TO lOTFMlffllEi Twenty Nations Await U. S. Action. Fo I d t e ion m i n i s t e r * annoi need th i r I n P° l l z e the f i r e I 1 Benjamin n ·"'! \ n t o n i o R o j a s u f i i s i n his rev \ n ' T. h i*-t J i ^ h anc i '· iv won r o m m e n d a 1 1 U w h o n they n ^ K I t » P rrq-u! i r I n ! v lz 1 -rl I i r n i t l rh (' F 'l !·« r t 3 / ^ } l i 1 ut \ t ^ ' f t iro T i t m i s ( i J i t ,,* t L.I rm I i f i of w h 1 1 * i i t ' n i r H I 1 I t - . ^ i T "P t t i frrTl H h ! t h t fn i r T i r i n N herp si\ t h a t t h i s w i l l not f i f ai v change I n t ir plin«* nor v. 1 1 tl \ p u p p o i t t p n o\ m nt but F mf 1 t * th m m ilf 1 l i t t U p r f i t to dis- f \i * th r s i t i * * l n tion IT I point ] f i tl H Oro/co an 1 tl f nth rs had I i ot r choice p \ f t p t il nd n n c n t c · t i n i n t i \ Oeneril ^ i l i a MS 1 r i i ' n i l v F t a t r d that deith w juld l e I f ! i n I ' b m e n t If ciptun. 1 I N ,! I M r V Y O T N T M 'NIOOD "\\ n h p hi 1 -ompwhit ror \ red fr i Ms t t u k of i n d i ^ p s t l n i of l a ^ t i i ht l ' ·j'liivpt't and dre^st 1 h i m s e l f ! i i w ! i t suit thp K n c r a j c i U d a i i T l ( i r r m w ^paper m n i n t o tht l a t t r r T i r r Ht appparod to 1 t in on · f h s ^ i n n n . pen*al moods V ' - K ^ 111=; Q\\ N QI rs i IONS One r f th cc n PspomlprN ^ t i r t p d to r ^ k a ( i f c t i o n I n t t h p r-pnp^ii m- t( r r t i p w " i ins? Nn n^ (' n o t do t h i l T w i n t this tn r-e on* 1 if those r m e s t I n and an- f. % * r int«r\itws and I im u o m p to do 1 t h th J l m r t i 1 low tA« smoke from his Cltrnr t t w ml the O«tt(n,T » h i l e some Oi th ^ n * r l in i i rofpecwlents were J c J n t t u l a [ in i i t i pester what t*y v r ( i o c x i r i i n i to do The ftenotul th n r o n t h i 1 U K I M! N I N ^ i U HOUSE ·^ic^ UK m m f n t h f m i d house d o am t- to i s k ni o w n questions N o Not am more N o I w a n t to c av anv thins a b o u t the cd State I am not talking- th ough CONSENTS TO PO^E The photographers p r e s e n t t n » n re- queste 1 the general to len, e the car so t h a t the', m i g h t tak his p i c t u r e The old =oldicr sm led an 1 ·'aid his pictur t - h^d been p r i n t d. =o b a d l \ b\ m o ^ t ai and that the world alreidy hid such a *iad i!nire c c ion of him as to ma te h i m t e s i t a t e to gi\e the V m e r l r a n p h o t n ^ r a p h r - i s in o p r o i t u n i t ^ of prov ing- j u s t how us:H he w a ° \ll thi, t i m e however G e n e r i l Huer ta "« a« mr \ mg tow ard the door "tt hon he rPaclir-d the car door he b t m n shaking: h a n d s and Slid T\ hen I get to N e w York *;ome d a j ·\ou B h i l l a 1 ! dine w i t h me Then aa an a f t e r t h o u g h t he said I w i l l pa% If I h i \ e the i oro If rot I «h ill not h e s i t a t e l j boriow fro n \ o i His rnmd being: on m o n p \ he then said G R E S E\CH GOLD I I F C E ' H e r e I would l i k e to PTPS nt to each of j ou a little "0 n n i r of the old man and a f t f - tl e c i torn f c e r t a i n other Lit n \ m i l ir d i e V tarles he b r o u g h t f i o m his p u r s e i h a n d f u l of gold coh *- in 3 pi cspnted one of them to each r n r i » s p n n d e n t a d d i n g 'McMcan mone\ w o i] 1 not 11 \ much now but the coin 1 * w i l l s rve as t o k e n s of remembrance F4.CE3 B4TTER1 OF r ^ M E R A . ^ Before a batterv of cam ris and m o v i n g p i c t u r e m a e h i n s Genp j] Hueita and General BI irq ot w i t l a group of federal o f f i c e r s a i o j i d them posen talked together and took oft their hats all to the c o m m i n d of the A.merican p i c t u r e men and th^oac;!] it all the former piesident a^ttd l i k p a v e t e r a n since perhaps no man in AIc\ Ico ha-* been pictured moie o f t e n or nider more xaned c i r c u m s t a n c e s than he The picture taking ov pr Ceneri 1 Huerta returned to his car i n t e n t i o n of. a^kirg 1 for ea\ e of ab IsE-tt RF^OLLTION' Pa^cuol Oro'co and General Funosco C irdems w i t h 4 000 men J esran a new don t l e v o l u t l o m r j m o v e m e n t todiv Oro/co L n i t is operiting- n o r t h of \ c i a s Cil pnt s I am in 3 CaulPii is p r e p a r i n g - to im nde tl stite of Michoacan tl e a d x i n t i t r e of t h e Urgc-r Out of 211 f f r e ins i n n » i t h \ r k T n l \ 1^ -- Lon ff of "-el i c t i i n co int\ I n o t h p r " n n i n "cs t h e t o n i e h t t t p o i t 1 t l i t I P IT d d e n u t i e ^ had been n n a b l n to f i n d t) i bodies of Clirence ^^ U sbri i \ anc 1 John Bo'-k'n mine g i a i d c w h o Is. c T h n m a = a m i n e m l f\ ! t r c d hid 1 fn k i l h d bv m i o n m i n P r s neir HIP Prur e Creek m i n e ii a battle r r u a \ b e t w e e n u n i o n m i n i and gui v 1^ for the Bac 1 e Denmon mine I t p i e loiial h i d re..n r e p o t t e d t h i t t b n l o i l a d 1 ccn di^co^ cred "herl'f N o i r K ^i 1 that a* fir as he k n o w s no one w i s killed in the bat- ; i r i n r e ' us to c o n n n n i i. JONES mm JO Heavy Opposition on Part of Many Senators. ARMISTICE EPI EtT Washington, T u l v 18 -- A l t h o u g h there has been no f o i m a l i g r e r m e n t s yet between the oppoving f i c t i o n s in Mexico an irmistice is pi icticalK in e f f e c t throughout the republic rran\i a co Carbajal Huerta s succf c sor as provisional president has de cided to h a \ e federal troops evacuate ill points where constitutionalist foi ces are concentrated and avoid f u r t h e r fighting: General Carranza ** fortes are moving southward merely to b i robition to maintain order in the t r- ritor immediately sjrroundmg: the federal capital This information i cached officii s here today from Various points an Mexico PL\X REFORMS Information reached here todas that the constltutionalfats were pieparlng ^ program of reforms which it was be lieiod, would satisfi- the Zapata forcts deis pertaining to stieet meetings " \ \ a s h i n g o n T u l j I S -- S j-^ ^ t i o r s b\ s e v p i a l D e m o c i a t c s e n a t e i e i d e i ^ f o i a partv c o n f e i ence to c o n s d e i t i e n o m i n a t i o n of Th mis I") Ion = of Chi GIRO to the Federal 1 «_= \p drew l i t t l p re^-i ins t o l i \ i n d seemed slight piol a T i h t of s me ting 1 D e m o c r a t s o p p o s e d to tl confirnn tion expressed such Mgorous oppo^i- tion that the idea v rtu Ih w i « = n b i n onetl Some of the sta i n t lust a u m l n i 1 -!ration su] p o r t e r s d i s c o u r a g e d the plan j P e p o r t s t h a t t h e f i ^ h t i i u j h t b e e n l e d b v t h e w i t h Ir iw ai a t t h p r r i e ^ t of Mr Tones h i m s If w p r e per i n t e n t but a d m i n stratiori sen itors d e n i e 1 m \ I k n o w l e d g e o f t h e i r o n m n T h e " \ \ h l t Houce has disclaimed an\ «uch into t i o n * . doing 1 bu*s ness In this = ore Illinois corp iration 11 n n o speit ir th s «ti » f i r e S n ^ u r i n c p on v 3 to I l l i n o i s compn i s w rite" a^enc-\ ^v «tem encv to fi r t h e r increT'e t h e i n r v r n d to ^nd p r p m f n *= f i l l in I l l i n o i s to p r "-tf i rn cit e*; and IT E u r o ppan countries FIGHTING POTT^ " u p e n n t e n d e n t F n t t ^ r 1 n? hi l e e n a r t m j atel b^ t h e I n g p r i n ^ u r i n c r concerns ana the e litt r are si d to h i v e s t i r t e l a v i ^ o r o u ^ cim piis:n a ^ a i n ^ t thp r e f i r m inl It 1= an t l c i p a t e d t h a t the\ w i 1 w e:e w a r f a r e on the d pa t n ent T o t n « end the i n s u r a n c e com pin IPS ire alleged to h i v e d i v I H d t n e s t i t e n t o = e \ c n t e e n Ii 11 !!!^!^ and to h i v e h rp 3 C i f t \ f i u r p r e c l a l i g r p n t s to i p h t the w « , r l of tlie ^ u p e n n t e n lent to ibe b h e r i f f q u i e t pre- in the m i n e region U. S. May Establish Protectorate in San Domingo. N t w Oil"in" n D o r t i n t mo\ borne r'isr it odi.^ a n o t h e r luh IS -- \ f t e r fn o -= m the fierht aerains l e i e h a d i/rn "tarted ^e of the t^i^cise -- the It ten olr 1 eril h o m o fn a t SATURDAY IN CONGRESS "^ n s h i n g t o n J t i l j IS --The dix In congress Semte--IVIet at 11 a m A. statue ot Gox ernor Ghck of Ivan =is was i m t 1 d in s t i t u a r x / hi 1 Committees continued w o r k upon the t r u s t bills Proposals for i Fiemocritif c o n f e r ence to consider the n o m i n a t i o n of Thomas D Jones o the f ^ d o r il i p s e i v e boird i r o n s e l opposition in the Demo- c r a t i c r a n k s A $"^ CflQ appropmtlon for a rat in ment to Pr nets Sent T ex it Port M He no x% A*S nisei ted in the d e f i c i ^ n r x bill Tlie g e n e r a l d e f i c i e n c x bill was pa« c eJ ^ d i o u r n e d at 2 2" p m to noon Mon d i \ House--Met at noon Debate xvas re-timed on the general dim bill A d j o u r n e d at 4 20 p m to noon Mon dix TWENTY I. W. W. PARADERS ARESTED 18-- T n c n t } 5 of the In- Aberdeen S D Juh men said to be mem 001* dustrial Workers of the Woild ivt,re ·vrrcstca here tonight 'or \ i o l a t i n g or- i«hln?ton 111 l ' - ^ \ l i p Pic'i i t Bordas o f t l i Domn r a n r e p u b l i c w tl his --rant -mm ib 1 r i r R n g the n o r o e n rebel's nt P u e r t o I ! ita hl« ho 1 nn tl e cnpit'il v T n T^ in ngo c t \ in the ^ o u t h i* u c i k e n i n L , -ind i co r d me: to t o d i \ s l U i c e * to I h e ^ t i t e dem i t m e n t the s c u t h e u i in i t i t3 u e in a pos tion to lictate t e i m s which mas mean a b d i c a t on or f i^l t of Bor das IN SI TGI NT^ T F I I MPH Following a succos'sfi 1 u p i l s m g at La I omana i h o u t f i f t \ n i l * east oC the CTpit-il Hst u e e k t c m s u i g e n t Gene a! " V l d T l hi" ' een n I mi, i tu u m n h i n t imrrh \\ stw n d 11 i has nc "«P Pd ^in C r l s l n l T l an I Bin! a f t e r d i n incr out the s m i l l goi' i i m n n t gl- ri^on A r \ R I N T s ON U \V The t n i t t d Ante's n a \ 1 t i - n s o o r t Hancock 13 a l i o u t d u e it n i t t m m o ^ th neirH 301 n i r l n st f r o m \o i rrii? f h e s are to l e s t n i i o the Do m i m c i n r e p n b l f n ca^p of rmerj^encv MA.1 L ^ T A H i r ^ l t P h H l 1 Ol \TF A m e i i c a n Alini t r Sulln n ln% i r r n ed in W i s h l n s ' o i " lcl ^r ts to con- f e r w i t h Preside! t \\ i l « n n ml "-ecre t i r j B r ^ a n r i , i r l i i i B tin D o m i n i c a n ·situation It w II he d e t e r n ncd at this conference v lictl er the II i o k 5 ma Tines shall be landed m l ·, T,i r tu a l tl ong-h temporin l o t c c t n n t e estab liihed STEA"MER'BEATEN~ TO PIECES BY SEA z^ r a ^ Chicago Tuh 1 s -- Sih double decked s t f T i n e r ^ on a sand bar off Fift T h u r s d i y night r ^ ^ n d e d da\ in a rough s a. i c t h ^treet to pieces to- I \ t h -- ·u is d i s o o \ e u d t u n e - * tint Hrlen Socl ^ h i t e i?irl w] o h a l b t t n (]1 Th ir=dT\ w a s « if erlns 1 from oubonic p l i q le q lie " a" t i k e n to the i^ola- t on h " p i t a l in i c r l o u s ronrlition acco-Minir to Dr "U C K i r k e r fed- o c ; i ;tTnt * n ^eon ?ene r al in of pli;?ue P rid ica Lion Her I* 1 six blocks f r o m %\here tht l i q : u p (.a^e d ^ r oped Jun*» 27 T N s I E T AIL FREIGHT \ f o r c e of m e n dirpctH unde 1 - the ^ i p c f v i ^ f o n of Di O ^ r t r Salomon o r N e w Orleins t o d i \ b^g-xn Inspecting T]] fre eht l p a % i n ^ t h o r l t x b^ rail B e f o r e p?ch cir i* ^caled It will te knoT\ n d c f i n i t e K tha* St contains no nt* An org-T*ii7Ttion of ^ omen mem- ber«i of the o[\ ic f o d e r a t i o n who hi\ e d n i l n d I n t o foi r committees a-l«o be ?in \ \ o r k to IT FTC]! committee w:ll ! T \ O ^ ^ p ^ n t " 1 nut "« inclu /Ing clean up rinipucm^ at hotels 10 p i t a l s and mirk ft 1 - The fn i ^ t h ^ o r r m ' t t p e i\tll U \ ofp itsnlf to e d u c a t i o n a l t omes Jn CRUISER SEIZES RIFLES FOR IRISH "Donejril Ireland Jul\ 18 --It Is rep o r t e d t i n t a. caigo of T - f l e s n u m b e r in?- ^e~\ i 1 then " id w h i c h -was being 1 conv ev ed. In American \ a c h t for the N a t m n il ^ olunteer'- w n^ seized by a F i i t l h c r u i s e r w h i c h , intercepted the v i c h t Fridi-v night gto.ww) roti iimn CATHOIICS N t w York TuH 3 S --Ten Washington, July IS --President Wilson through Secretary Brxan, his noti fled the sei ite foreign relationfe com nnttoe he w i s h e s to pri ^a for rititina tion before idjourmient o f this session of congre'-b t e new peace treaties ·=Ig-ned w i t h t w e n t y f o r e i g n powers The pre 1 - Jent s plan w a s c o m m u n mated in a s t a t e m e n t to members of the c o m m i t t e e 1; Secreta-y B r j a n ( opies will be sent to every senator u h c n the treatie" are submitted for ratification next w e e k BRIAN'S AV-U^YSIS \ In his statement ^ecretarj Biyan set torth the f o l l o w i n g analssj* of the gen I enl p u r p o s e s of be treaties I That i n v e s t i g a t i o n shall be resorted to in all cises w h e r e the o r d i n a r y re- j u r L e s o f diplomac f a i l That thp conti acting: pa'ties reserve he rigl t to a^t independently on the . subject m a t t e r a£tei the submi ,sion of t h e r e p o r t That there shall be no appeal to force u n t i l the investigation Is com- pleteo That the commission fin each ca«e) be composed of f i v e members, one chosen from each c o u n t r j f om among j its ovvr eitirens one chos n cv each counts from another countM and the f i f t h to be cl osen by agreemen of the two c o u n t r i e s from some third coantrv In a few cases p r o v i s i o n is made for the a p p o i n t m e n t of the f i f t h member by the four rr embers or b some neutral power or trlbtin il in case the two countries cinnot a g r e e TOE \TIES SIGNED Tieatles alreadv have been signed w i t h Salvador, Guatemala Panama Hondura" N i c a r a g u a the Netherlands Bolivia Portugal Persia Denmark, Sw itzerland Costa Rica Dominican Republic Venezuela, I t a l v , Noivvay and Peru 4. treatv with Lrusruij will be signed ne\t w e e k Minister, Kidnapped Second Time, Turns Up in Small Michigan Town. Detroit July 18 -- A report r**cb«J here tonight that the Rev. Loulm It. Patmont ot Jlilwaukea local option campaigner who dlaapDeared from here five weeks ago had been found at Rib Lake In Tavlor county, Wl» The information cams from Rev C I* Milton, pastor of the First Church of Christ, Milwaukee Rev Claude F Witty, pastor of the Plum street Church of Christ of tots city who has led the searoh for the missing minister, said Rev. Mr Hilton is personally acquainted with. Rev. Mr» Patmont and will be able to verlfr the reported identification -when he Ri"b Jliabe tomorrow have received his $1,000 The Milwaukee minister 1* MM to Information almut the f i n d i n g of the much Bought from Chelsea, Wls, a town about t w e n t y miles from Rib L*k« Only todiv members of the Plum street church made up a pune of $1,000 which was offered as a r~wara tor the f i n d i n g of Pev. Mr Patmont HISTORY OF KIDNAPXO- Rev Mr Patmont a ll(appear»«co 'rom this city, -where he brought b( finally after his alleged kidnaping In Westville 1IL, In March caused much comment tiecauie of the charges that eremies he had made during hi« local option campaign In Illinois were r«- =pon ible for hia disappearance in that -tite MISSING TWO MONTHS In Illinois hs was mlssm? about o months and when f o u n d in ere cel- ar of a, house near Columbia III h_ was almost a physical wreck H* ilaimed he had been seized lj m»n ri.p ·esentlng the wets and h i s ac o u n t f his alleged abduction and harsli reatruent was sensational SECOND DISA.PPE t R i N C E Friends Influenced him to bring- nH fa nilv to Det-oit ard he had been het l u t a few w e e k s when the second ljv appearance took place According to Mrs Patmont. the last time she -aw her husband he was on his waj t ) church on the night of June 15 in tending to leave in the morning for St Louis to attempt to identify a man held there on 6U8-)iclon of be'ng one of his Illinois kidnapers He never reached the church, however, and until tonight the police had no clue as to his whereabouts Mrs Patmont and the drlMreo we still l i v i n g here The family rertd*3 in Milwaukee several jreara, smvrojr ov HIS WAT. Milwaukee July IS--The Bev O. U Milton confidant of L. R aPtmont. left tonight for Rib Lake, Wls, «ol- owins a telephone message declaring I^tmont was there $100,000 Appropriated for New York Celebration. N e w York JuU 1^ -- The tercentenary of ahe b e g i n n i n g of chartered commerce in Isexx, York and the opening 1 of the Pinama cinal w ill be celebrated in a seiies of p-igeants in the parks of this cltv from Aug 1^ to Ort 12, according to plans of the eel bratlon com mission a n n o u n c e d t n d a x Box s and girls f i o m the p u b l i c sc oola are beginning -work on costumes and other accessories to t h e celebrations T^he legislature has \oted 5100 000 to help n eet the e\Tnset of the festi\itiea BANKETCRUSHED" BY ELEVATOR Toledo O Tulj IS -- Colonel John E Pa i sons agfd sixtx - f i x e first vice p r e s i d e n t oE the I oople s Saxinjrs asso- ciitlon w ^ f i t i l l v crushpd w l i l e at t e m p t i n g to step from an elevator at the sexcT th floor of in o f f i c e b u i l d ! lie: CHOLERA BREAKS OUT IN RUSSIA St. Patereburg-, Jnly is--Cbol«r» is prevalent In Podo'la in 8outhwMt*ra Russia, Thirty eases of the dU««M hsve been reported -with fourteen deaths TEMPERATURES MEDIUM SATURDAY Chicago July IS -- T Current Highest Lowest Eostor 80 Buffalo .. SS NeTT York . . 82 ^w Orleans ... 74 Chicago . -- . .. 64 Detroit ..... 6S Omaha ...... 76 St Paul ...... 70 'Helena ..... 84 San Trancl-co . . 84 "SVinnlpea: . 70 90 72 88 8« 66 72 76 "8 86 88 74 74 84 T« 7« 61 92 64 64 54 5S 50 THE WEATHER. l o l l a i ^ of a promised f i n d of $100 000 j t l l l s afternoon Tie w a s I d t o d a \ In the United I r h L/piMie of A m p r l c a to John E I etlmoi tl to 1 P use I f o r the l\ational- ^t cause In Ii elind WH!fMAN"DENlES~ LETTER TO T. R. N p w p o i t P I luK I s -- T h e statement li c t n i c h t of f h i r l p s II Duell Tr o r s t a n i ' f r of Charles S "U hitman g pul P i n a t o r i U non p i r t i ^ i n league that \ \ h l t m a n hid approved a letter to T h e o d o i o Ror p v o l t e\pressing- opposition to \\ illnni l^a^ne^ Tr c h i l r m a n of the isew o\ t k Fepubltcan state com- mitte- 1 was callpi 'il svir 1 b\ Mr \ \ h i t m i n at bis s u m m e r home here ton i p h t I am not polnp to enter I n t o any c o n t i o \ e r « t v w i t h "\Ir Duell or anj bodj else sa 1 Mr " \ \ h i t m i i "As for Mr D i 11 T am t h i o i i f f h Of course, I n e v e r anv such statement as is chaiged b him. tw on the floor ind the car N^iv York Tub 18--^ew York toda experienced some meas ire of relief from the Intense h u m i d i t \ Coupled TV ith high temper i turcs of the past few days The maxim im m e i c j r reading was S8 degieea at 3 15 p rr A w o m a n and ^n infant died f r o m the. reit In Brooklyn m a k i n g five deaths ir two days a t t n b u t a b l e to the heat WTA e Cooler w eather Is looked for tomorrow. Cl t^ago Jul i« --Following a r e the weather indications until 7 p m . Mondaj J'nrtly cloudy «un- ilay; warmer In iinrttteaat portion; Monday, fnlr; Mfht to moderate variable triad*. Obaervationfi ,, Is the ranfjc of temj entu-ps as r.cor-3cd bs Profes«sor J H Coonradt Cnited SATLRDAT 7 n m . . Noon . . .. 7 p m .. ... Hlghc-rt . . .... Lowest . rises (Standard time) Sun IS 7H 74 S3 59 443 722 THE Moon--Ixtst quarter Day--14 hours 40 minutes long Twent "Ighth dav of summer Two h u n d r e d t h dav of var Ia s decrease s.nce June £1 20 minuti Ni-M'SPAPFRl WSPAPF-R!

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