Even as the leaders of the three warring Balkan countries begin talks today in Dayton, Ohio, peace seems increasingly elusive. Monday night, the House of Representatives sent the Clinton Administration by passing a resolution, 315 to 103, recommending that the President not send American troops to Bosnia, a commitment demanded by the Bosnians, Croats and Serbs as a condition for peace. Special U.S envoy Richard Holbrooke, who has masterminded a temporary peace and orchestrated the Dayton meeting, was furious at the eleventh-hour interference. He told reporters yesterday that it "greviously interferes with the negotiating process of peace. Any member of the Congress who supports that kind of resolution on the eve of an historic and important negotiation is doing grave damage to the national interests."