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Medford Mail Tribune
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MRDKOUl). OmSOON, MONDAY, APIMJL. 27, Jlil I.
MEDIATION OF LAI REPUBLICS W PROBABLY SETTL
UNITES TO END
Faty-rlfihl Hours to Determine
tthcthtr Campaltjn of Physical
Foirc Gors On or Wlicllicr Tioops
l)p.mo ratio Conijrcssiiirn Winlliy
Willi President Drcausr. Hoi Con
sulted Uiulrrwooil Oltlrr.
WANlllXdTO.V, April '27. IW
tirally nil Irflill America Mllllnl
today ihi iriMim lo iiwiorn order in
I'nrtj-4iclit litmm omwl likoly In
drlfniilne whether IIih United Statu
inu-l ft nrt uilli lla i'miiiimIrii of
physical furro or h itlitlrnw Iiimim
nutl marine from tin otithtrii re
WIImiii ,Mot llnHfiil
I 'resident WiNon Mini Secretary of
Slt llryaii wore lioMful. They
ontmidercd Ueiwrnl llm'rlH willinij
imm In accept mediation Mil excellent
in. I!x en the mediator, admitted,
however, Hint I lift r ak wh Hercul
ean. A lll filt IMHIllltioll llf II 1'ttto
IIH'Ht I'loodettt WlWlttl dl'IIMtlltlcd
llnortn' lotiieiitotit. h full npology
for tho Tninpieo incident iiml iillmr
affront put upon lint United Slate
nml ii loalorntlnn f coiiatltiitlounl
iinrwirtiil in Mo.xinn.
II wa Mill I Ihi rehoU xvoiilil lm lg
limed uulfMtM tkey tt'comriie whatever
cnniacl limy lit) ihmiIi'.
I?xeept the rHtikiiiK memhor of the
fieitn relation committees, nut n
miiitIo democratic tailor in emigre
had lnen e"iitilled liv (lit ndimiii
tralimi up in I hit fori'iioon lohnito
( I in mediation iiroiMwitiou. I'xi'ii
Mlrtl HUH a l(cpiiclllnliC 1'ndil'
timid hikI (lln with onlirclx ivimr
nut concerning development.
Thla Iiml roaullcd in a decidedly
delicate Mluatinii. Underwood ami
hi mippiirliipi wore oxtioiui'lv hitler.
They IiniuI Mint bcenuso Under
wood opposed icpoul of American
dripping' exemption fiom I'niiiiiuu
canal toll ln vhh being igumcri.
This tut ili'iiii'il lit Ihi' while house,
mil III fiu'l ti'iiimiit'il that n loeling
wit growing np which thii'iili'iii'il to
inlorfeio wild iiinliiilinii.
A input! wiik ii'i'nivml froin A1
niiiiil Mnyo In (ho cftVct Hint tun
oil wiilU lil'ly niiloM nnrili of Taiu
pii'o wi'io in ilmiKor of rnti'liiiiK ''
lli iiitinmti'il thai it would ) well
for tin' I 'nit oil SlnloM foici-n to InKc
pii'i'nnlioniii'y nu'iimiroH. Tim nil
uih Hpii'iiiliut; ocr n linno nicii, ho
cxplnlnoil, nml if it I'miuht tiro hi
iihhorti'il ll Ainihl ho n hopoloMH tux);
to t'!kllo,s il,
.II'AMKK, Moxlrn. April 27. -l.outliiK
'nr Olilltnalitm city today,
(leimral Villa uavo It in IiIb opinion
that (ho war itIhIh hail imibhoiI,
Ilo mild ho foil cnnfliliint Htmtii
Amci li-nn mediation lietwcen tlm
I'nlted Htalori ami llio ilnorta cov
iirniminl would piovo effeclhoi that
llmtrla would ho iiilnilniiti'd, ami
that tiViirythliiK would lio Holllcd Bat
iHimlDilly in all (arllmiH.
Tn (Inmiial I'aldo (Innziilcu, who
Iiiih hi'itii In loiiinuiiiil at .Monloioy,
Hlliio Km iiipluro hy llio ndiiilri, lm
tolcKiaplind a warnluK to Ikiiiiiii wild
ruiuoiM ami tn prulnrt Aiimilninn at
Villa vwih inroiiipiiiiled mnithvuird
hy Uutii'ial lullpo Alil!i'e. Iliu H'hnl
Kiirciiir til war ami Id their pir
fimul lnff Tlitiy liuu Ifil I) npu
Oiyan deceives AiKlcis Polntlnn to
Pcnsrful Enillnii of Invasion
Dlplcmals If tittl Hint In Only Too
Glad lo Avail Opportunity.
Airanijrmenls Complrtit! for Snidiny
Amci leans ami Other rortljjtirrs
Out of Capital.
WASIIINOTdS'. April 'J7. Whilo
not yil iiiillioiilulifl informed tlmt
I'riniili'iit HncrtH Iiml noofpli'il iniili
nlloii, Sii'iftniy of Slut llryan il
thin nili-inooii tlmt ho IimiI toi'i'ivfil
Mllvil'rH HtjllitlK to n 4tiI'iu'lir
Mottoini'nt of llio mlininiitrtitionV
ilifliciillio" ilh th" lii'H'l of tlm ilo
faoln Mcxirnii Kovrniinrnt.
Muny uii,n)ti from l.nt iti-AiniT-ioiin
Minri'iM iiltitnl to tin' hiiti
fiii'ilon foil in (Vnlriil nml South
Atnorion h! I'roHiili'iil WlUonV up
prouil of he moilinliiiii proponition.
ConriilontiNlly, 1 .4 1 tin Anu'riomi
iliploiiiHt horo oxpiom'il tho opinion
tlml I Inn In would n only (no icliul
to it x ml hiiwu'lf of I hi opportunity
to itft out f his pnont ilifliontlioM
without ''Iimiiik ItU fnro."
llrymi mid ho Iiml received infor
mation from two Moutvos tlmt ir
rnliKeiiii'liU Iiml hcen cnmpli'tcd for
M'lidint; AimirioHiiK nml other nation
nlilioM from Mosico City nml Hint one
IminloHil of 12.() AinericiiiiH would ho
hrought am fur n Solednd today'. The
ceiHlHry added that ho hud no in
I'm urn lion nom'oruin; condition in
Admiral I 'miner reported from
Writ Cruz that ho wni nhont to
Mini a merchant diip to Yucalan
pOltn fl'l ll'fllKlVX.
roitTI.ANI), Oro, April :7 -I'ol.
lowing the arri'nt In .Seattle of I), i:
llotiHton ami Harry J Harper Satur
day nlKht, charged with frnmlnlontly
InratliiK purchiiMorH on trartri in Ore
Kon nml California laa Kranm tn
Soul hern OreRon, It tut learned to
day that l.'i Mirri'l Imllrtinontn on (ho
fiiino clnirKo were returned liy tlio
(odoinl c.rand Jury lieto which ad
journed two ntiintliH ai;o. lloimtou
ami llnrper were hroiitUit to Port
land ami arc liultiK hold In tlio entire
Tltn federal anthorltlcH xvpro null
Hod that Hj'ilnoy I, Hporry, a wealthy
ranchman of Covlnn, Cat., wiih ar
rimloil In I -on AiikoIch taut nlKht In
connection with tint Kiunn raHo.
Pnlted KtatcH District Attorney
IteamoH adiultted today Hint hu wni
expectltiK Important arroxlH In Knn
SENT TO GALVESTON
SAN Dll'.nO, Cnl., April '27. That
Cnplmu Cow rn, in churno. of tlio
I'ltiloil Stilton ntiiititin oiirpi hoio,
l'ie expert nxialoiK nml lltiity me
I'linnii'iniiK, who mo lodny hpoeiliiij:
In (Inlvchlon mi it hpcoiitl liulu, will
ho ni'iloii'il lo Vent Ciiix upon thi'ir
niiivul I here, Ik tlio opinion in San
Tlio iiit'ii look, tin ti lU'ioplanoH
wilh llioni. Ki. aialoiK ii'iuain ul
the local camp awaiting a call In
iliily nu the holder hole,
Tlm i'IiiIhui' Alhaiiy U coaling
Iiimo mnl will Icavo for Maxallau Into
I inlay. Tlio nrnUor Clutolaml Ik ox
pi'oli'il horn today.
Thu inoniloi' CIiiimiiiiii U In poll
wilh 1'inhly nun ii'l'iiMci'H fiom 1 - -1 1
Miiimlii iiml Ihi' collier JiiMin, nml
iho npplt xlup (llaiii'i' iiiii opi'i'lcil
'ooil mill nmliliiimil icfuui't' Jinm
Ihu vtful t'uail vt Ali'Aliv,
MEXICO CITY IS
M M PROVED
D.itiljfr of Attacks on Americans or !
of Their Murtlir at Capital Alintcs
Sentiment Ayalnst Hucrta Manl
fcslctl Circular Grills Dictator.
Prayers Offerrd in Many Mexican
Chinches fcr Destruction of Unil
c;l Slates Fleet of Warships.
WARIIIXOTO.V, April S"."!
tlilnli from what 1 havn heard ihnt
AimirlcmiH remnlnliiK In Mexico city
Mitt not lio iilijcci(nl to nirthor dan
Ker' tnld Secretary llrnn IIiIh nf
tornonn. (Ilv William 0. Shephenl.)
Vr.IJA VHV'A, Mox.. April 'J7.
Today' it'poiu imlionti'il an im
provement :n condition t Mexico
City. Tlio ilaimor of iillnokn on
AinrriomiH or of their murder nl the
onpitnl had nhiited.
KofiiKeiM atiitintc here Mtid ojipo
Hitioii to I'rixiiloiit lluetta wim Ih
Kiniuntj to how itnolf. They deolnreil
n larxe I'lemrnt wax ceeretly aKaiat
him. A I'iroiilnr recently widely oir
cidalcd tram.lntcd piih'tantially n
"Dmi't let Hnortn fool jon. Ho i
encouraiut,' tlm iiioIih hcimno ho
ho pen to hriili; nil .Mexicans nmlei
hix Imi niter. Ilo i tryinc to make
them delicto lie h the fatlivrlnml nml
Hint thu L'nite.l .State i IVhtiiijj
"The 1'nitcd Stalcv ii not figlttinic
Mexico or thu Mexican. It i
"Ilnertn hn count our govern
ment. Ilo iliteti not represent Me.x-
It wn reported hero today (lint tlio
Tampion merchants wore urging the
lauding of American mariner.. The
icIicIm were (lowing in on them and
they feared the oily tvonhl ho enek
oil. They croiitly proforreil Ameri
ran iloiniuntion yelerdny.
In many elinreliivt prayers were
t-ent up yesterday Unit tlio United
KtiiU'ri fleet ho ilectroyed.
Coniiunnioution with .Me.xioo City
had heen rtMotcd.
A trainloiid of Anieriean rofnpee-
from tint oapilal was e.xpeeteit to
inorniw. The IrniixpnrlH with (lenernl Funs
Inn nml the fifth htipido nf I'nilcd
Stales lOKiilars nrritoil nff Vent
Cm, hut the men Mnyod on hoaul,
many thought heeatiM the mediation
plutt'rt otttco'no wits heme nwuitod.
NOOAI.KS, A ii.., April '27- Two
liiimlreil Anieiienu rel'iijjetM nrriteit
horo today on a Mieeial train fiom
inlctiof Soitorit points. Another
lialit is due lontorrnw from lleiuto
sillo, healing Fnited Slutes Consul
llohteltcr ami his stuff,
''Thu rofnueen who anicd today
had not 1 1 card of repot ts that Ameii-
can marines had captured (luayntas
nml l.mpaliue. 'iho reuort pornt
oil heie, how over. There was no com
munication .villi either city.
PEACE REPORTS CAUSE
BULL STOCK RALLY
Ni:W YOltlx, Apnl 27. II11IU ucil
llio .Mexican Munition today In catiso
11 Inline 111 puce mi I' idocU. Quoin
lions wcnl up with n rith, hi the
Iiml low trillion Mexican l'cliolcuui
jumped Ifi'i, An'icilcan Smelting I,
mnl I'Ucwhoio gains tanged from I
In .'I. Alter 1 lie lirl ixcilciiiciit wn
liter, I'l'lloleiiin h'll hark ahoiil -I
poinls JlomU wrio klnnl)
The iiiuiU'l I'luti'd nuiiH'uhui luvr.
")! ly . ..t. ,tr.v..,d.iM v jo M..ai.ui. t,..uH mmu;
I'aaaaaawBB Frfl - st aaaaaaaaaaa. UaMaaaaaaaaB
maaaW Ht'aTW-rrJiaaaaaa BaBaaaWv TstaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaH
"KSP N4 ffl a.lalaEBV'JB.lalalalalamr I jJF L
f "-!- -4 - l-i-l-l-H i l-H i i r 4 -- -"r-f"--x-----H-S--f-f'4-f !---- --
Hrre tire tome drawings cbitntcterUtic of Mexican sentiment against the United States government. ,
On the left the arti.t depicts Meil-o n demardlnp of the American government Its reason for xvtshlng to
poses Itself of that whl -h bcloags to Mexicans, and the cartdon on the right shows Mexico as being car- 7
rled nway by a pig 7texio crlen, "Where are you taking mc?" T
! t I I 1
MAY BE PROTEST
INDIAN'Al'OF.IS, lnil., April U7.
Whether n general -tnke of .VMi.tltili
miner 11 n prolet m;iiin-t eomli
tionx in Colorado -lmll he i ailed will
ho derided May I. when ihe exeeii
tito hoard nf the Cnitcd Mlnework
ors nf America will moot hert-, e
co riling to Frank llnyi, ire-prei-dent
of the oritaniintiun.
"The bituation in Colorado," said
llno today, "i mure vitul than in
Mexico. It intultoo human rtitlitx.
There is a trttij; HsiMliiy of 11 j;vii
DKS MOINKS, In., April U7.
That 11 ptoat dinntml prevails aiiioiiK
wiukinjjnien everywheni for a gen
eral strike on account nf the condi
tion,, in Colorado was the declaration
hoio today of Prcident John White
of the Fnited Mmewoikor nf Amer
it'ii. "The ijiinei have heen onler
ed to Mirieimer iheir arms, hut the
Kiinmen uo nut.. .1 and the militia
helps the kiiihih 1," White snul. "Cot-
nrniln U linnknipt and ttnnhle to p.ix
her own troop- " '
SAN DIIUJO. Til 27. Plans for
mediation will linto no effect on tho
schediilo of the I nlted States flKht
Ing craft now on this const. A wire
less messngo from tho cruiser Mary
land, now In Mexican waters, gives
Instruction!) to call In every, man
now on leave of nhsouco from any
war vessel tn Pacific waters.
All are ordered to report at onco
at the recruiting station hero, to he
'taken south on the cruiser Cleveland,
expected hero from tho north tonight.
Tho torpedo boats Hulla, I..tw
ronro and Prohlo arrived horo today
on tho way south. Tho cruiser Al
bany, coaling hero, xvlll rush to the
south as soon as tdio Is coaled.
The collier Justin mid the supply
ship (Under on tho way noro from
(Itiaymns ami Topolohampn, wore
expected In Into today with hundreds
of American refugees
OF 500.000 MINERS
JACICSCWf JOSKIfIIINI KU.MTI!
Hotel .Mgdfuid, Tiiiwdny Kteniii 8 o'clock
) iKpimitl Siuilliuni Oiotfuii's Krrnic Atlrm in
-i .-.a !- f. t r ,.mt .
WHtr MCXICAM CAH-TOOtISTS THINK. 0 AMEBtCAMS,
1 KH-fMtHr-i - .t -
GIVE BATTLE TO '
CANON CJTV. Colo.. April 27.-
Ceneral Chase at the head of two
hurulreil state militiamen, arrhed at
Chandler this afternoon but thure
was no shooting, as tlio strikers had
disappeared. Svora bulldltna ami
taro had bon shot up and looted
by tlio minors but no damage was
done to mine property.
Ufforo iho mllltlnmon entrained
here tboy can tu rod and disarmed K.
lllittnlk. n striker. He attempted to
run but tlio soldlor brought ltlm
down with a bullet in t:ie arm.
Donxor and Hlo Rrando railroad
tralnmon rotitsed to man tlio train
carrying tlio troops to Chandler, and
Awtstant Stiporlntcndont Gray ran
Vigllnntoa pntrolod tlio streets of
Canon City Inst night nnd a heavy
guard alo xtas thrown about the
power and righting plants.
N'F.W OKI.FAXS, I.n., April 27.
That the iltes nf sex oral htindivil
Ameiieaus .n soulhoiist Mexico arc
111 immiiieiit danger was the news
hrnught hero lodny hy 11 party of
refugees who arrived mi the United
Fruit eontpanx's ttumiitliip Mnrowi
jine. The soldiers in tlmt district, they
said, hated Americans at host, and
had heen still further inflamed
again! them hy what they had heard
concerning the situation at tent
Cruz. It w.is declared tho troops
weio entiiely nwloa and unrestrain
ed, had damaged much property al
ready nml were openly insulting
American women nml children.
In tho paily which reached here
wore S. Rest of Sacramento, J. D.
and J. Solar of San lVdro, S, Thorn
ns of Hi-ltin) and K. Alvarez, F. h.
Iliitie, 1). O. Mnrtius, h, Hlnngli, S.
Moi.ant and W. Thoimin of San
-r it " jujfcjauuj am sl ii , nn
i - - -n H-Hf 1 1 tit ttit
WASIIIN'OTOX, April 27.-Senn.
( tor Fall of Xew .Mexico this nfter-
noon n'nd in the njiper I1011-0 the fol-
limine leleuriun he had received from
J. I'. W'ooil, nn American resident of
Tampion, now a refugee at Galves
ton. "iiireu tii.-Hii-Aitii Americans were
ucil hy Oenuait and llritih sun
bunt from liein mnrderod at Tam
pieo after our government withdrew
wnr-hips from that jMirt, leavin-.'
them unprotected. I appeal to you
and to the American nation to eco
that xve may return under the flajr
to prntenl our jiroperty ami earn our
livings. Otherwise otorytning will be
lost nnd tve will he iloMitutc."
Fall ucked the senate foreign rela
timts iMimmittoo to demand the fuels
"N' official explanation has been
made," he aiii, "or I, as a hcnntor,
have heen informed of none, nnd I
want to know whv the American
gunboats hvp" withdrawn from Tnm
nieo, leaxing Americans at the mercy
of the limb."
SENT TO ULSTER
I.OXDOX, April 27. -The govern
ment nl ficmlly denied today reports
that three regiments of soldiers had
been ordered into I'lster as a precau
tion nguiust an anti-Irish home rule
IV pi to the deniul, there was good
authority for believing i arrange
ments had heen completed for it mil
itary neeiiimiion nf the county on
short notice. It wtis not expected
one would he 01 doted needlessly, hut
it was said the ndiniiii-d ration witi
determined to use rigorous measures
to stamp out resistance of the law
the moment it appeared.
Warned hy the epidemic of annv
offiooi-s' resignations which followed
the last attempt at military meas
ures in Clster. it xvas said the gov
eminent had picked its regiments this
lime nml could rely implicitly on
those it m.i wish to tiM' against the
LONDON April 37 Flat decUra
tluu that tlm Koternmnril Intended In
pius the Irish homo rulu bill was
toiied Iniiiulii by Preii-ler Anijulth In
the huuivt of touiiuuiJi, '
SENT OIL KING
Rockefeller Told That United States
Regulars Will Be Scr.t Into Colo
rado Coal Fields Unless He Takes
Steps to En-I (lift Strike.
Chairman Foster Dlspafrs of Another
Attempt at Settlement Oil King
Refuses to Make Concessions.
XKW YORK. April 27. "Nothing
was accomplished," said Chairman
Foster, of the congressional commit
tee which Investigated tho Colorado
coal mlno strike, following his snb
rnUston to John I). Rockefeller, tho
mines' chief owner. President Wil
son's threat to Fend federal troop.t
Into the coal fields unless tho oil
king takes stops to end the strike.
"I am not sure that I shall mako
another attempt at a settlement.
Foster added. "There f$ nothing of
Immediate promise In tho air."
It was understood that Rockefel
ler listened but refused to concedo
anything. An effort to get a state
ment from him failed.
WASHINGTON, April 27. Presi
dent Wilson Issued another ultima
tum today this time to John D.
When John D. Jr., recently beforo
the congressional committee which
Investigated tho strike In tho Colo
rado coal fields, told the committee
men that no concessions 'would bo
made to the strikers, he said his ut
terance was a reflection of his fath
Clinrges Filed Itli AVINon
Accordingly, tho president thU
morning scut Chairman Foster of
the Investigating committee to New
York to demand of the elder Rocke
feller Immedlato action to end tho
Charges have hcen laid beforo
the president to tho effect that the
mine owners control tho Colorado
mllltla and that the regiments hnvo
been filled with professional gunmen.
Officials of tho Colorado Labor
Federation and other labor Interests
have not been alono In calling for
regulars. Representatives of tho
owners havo also Insisted that they
xvero needed, blaming not tho mlll
tla, but the strikers for existing con
ditions. Reneral Manager Welborn,
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany, among others Insisted that un
lets federal troops camo soon every
official of the company In Colorado
wonJd be assassinated.
.I0I111 I). Controls I'icM
There 1ms been no denial of tho
fact that Rockefeller, senior, controls
the Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany, which owns most of tho mines
In the Southern Colorado flotd nnd
there was high administration au
thority for tho Btatomont that the
president proposed to make him to
oxerclse this control In tho Interests
of peace nnd take the situation en
tirely out of his hands,
Tho Colorndo strlko, those in closo
touch with him said, has rivaled the
Mexican crisis In tho chief executive's
CALLS FOR FIFTY MILLION
WASUINOTON, April 27.Scun
tnr Cluimhorlnm introduced the fol
lowing bill in piovide for the na
"Me it enacted hy the hcunto and
huiinu nf representatives of the Unit
ed Stales nf America in emigres iin
sfiuhlctl, that the president of tint
United Stales he, mid he is hereby
authorized to expend, In his diccre
linn, fur Iho national dufem-o, Hint
fur each 11ml every jiuramu iminwi't
id therewith, tint 1.11111 nf .'.0,W)0,(MM),
nut of any money In llm D4H4nry
nut olhcrtvUe iijIjirirlMU'il, hM4
um fthall iiHiul uHvuiMbt miU xi
tKWtkrJ, . '