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XEW-YOBK- FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914.
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"WAR" IN ULSTER
THOUGHT TO BE
MATTER OF DAYS
Sir I:- Carson Makes Dra?
matic Departure from
London for Belfast.
MILITARY OCCUPATION
OF PROVINCE FEARED
Vote of Censure on Asquith
Government Is Reject?
ed by Majority of 93.
LIE PASSED IN DEBATE
War Office Said to Have Compre*
hensive Scheme for Defeating
Seditious Attempts.
Belfast. March 19. An emergency
force of picked men from the Ulster
Volunteers v.as hastily summoned
to headquarters to-night. The motive
for the sudden call ha? been Wept
secret, but rumors persist of military
iction on the part of the government
-nd projected arrests.
?
?jo. with startling
took in Ulster has
??? gravity, and pre
maile that the lung
thr.( ? w ?.lily a mat
,.,.,- \ rumor waa current last
British government is
j , paring militar; o icupatlon
?
Ti?. in L'l?ter It?? if has
SI0 ?tri'-al. Important
: ?h? t any
ti r rumor? abountl
.-us and portents
and momentous a
I .*.? rnment.
loubl*??] and the gai
!.. *
?n ,,. cordance *?* ith th? Ii
1mm ?mu"?.:;? ? il early In tl '?--itli
?e tsrs to ir? \ entii | raid? 1
'covenant?
*,. ntly -reported that th?
the Ulster vol
.-?.- .
er? unusual activity
, Fort?
t. ?ml., i tif t: ? motor cj clisl ?-..i \>
? f-t m -
To Hold Strategical Points.
contemplating some
ted in military clr? lea
? prehen
me for j extra troops
?? within t\M m
and foi rig <
i "it,'- ? ? ming fore?
i th.? ilitT, -?
? ;r instruction? a
i
debal?
? "f i . mi, Iarg< ly
. ?!* precipil acute
now i ndoubt? >?
ntmenl in fail?
. a portion of the -govei n
* :;.'".rt wa? alao
* tor.
to dramatic (??-hat?- has not h< en
if-ardt-.; in recent time?. The topic
Ma?na ? waa the
: mad? by th.? ? ?sition lnr the
' Prim? Minister'?
to i Ii ?. r before
? del at? ??n the
lome R lie bill,
vital Issue
i * ?? form? d the
Hr. ):..??..., |_aw, leader ??f th? Op
< ?ni m .-.j ,,,, dur,| |,ilSp _-, onil i ?lasas
This Morning's News.
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STEAMER RAMMED: 50 DIE
Venice Passenger Boat in Col?
lision with Naval Craft.
Venice, March ir-, x torpedo boat to?
day ? ut down a small passenger steam?
er x? hieb, pile ? ?? n Veni? !
Lid?*?, :? chain of sandy islands separat?
ing th? Lagoon of Venice from the
Adriatic, .mil fifty persone wirr.
drowned. The sharp noa< oi I lor
pedo boat wanl through ttV stern "f
(ho steamer, which sank almosi Imme?
?
Although mai v - i<*ana are >.
ing Venice at the presei tlmi m is
not 1 tha ' j w? i e ;i
?t. imer. The victima Included many
? -i and several children.
re on d <
ihe tlmi were sax-eii by th?? crea of the
torpedo boat. The others were caugl I
in ti ? i ii..-: and ware carried down
with the wreck. The Italian aallora
, ved many timea in an efforl to n Bcue
those xx iir, sank with th?*- steamer, but
out avail. Intel e excitement pre
valls here, no1 only because of the ex?
tent of 1 er, bul because the
nanu t?l the \ Ictlma are nol
known.
STRICKEN IN TUBE. DIES
Subway Victim Had Deeds and
Checks in Pocket.
Ti l< n ill m ?? aubwaj I it the
*2d atreel station earl* thin morning.
a lu?n who, according to a note In his j
pocket, waa Perrin H. Sumner, of No.
Bi oadway, died in an ambulan? e on
the way to Flower Hospital.
\ note in Hi?* man's p<x kel aaked
111, -, t in case of necessity ins daugh
Mra r. unie B. Cras . of No. 109
15th atre? t, B. EH Washington, be noti
Th? nami of Jos? ph M? r\
? !???:, of No Br?
.,????
The man, who ed to be aboul i
sixty ,'eara old, and had upon his per?
son fi n by E, E, Brown
on the Washington Saving Bai
for 1 ? ' ? H25, and the j
i-.!- si.*,, ah o had five deedi for j
? prop? rty, throe pawn tl< '
mond weighing aboul ha I B
I and ? Long Island Rallro id tl
in.
The city directory shox* - thai a Per- j
nu II. Sumner had :? real estate office
ai No. 203 Broadway and lived ai No
460 Baal 184th str? ? I, Tl e Broi ?
$150.000 IN AIR PRIZFS UP
Panama-Pacific Exposition Dj
poiitl Funds for World Race.
? ? the Panama ? Pacific ' ?.
on di posit? d I1S0.00U in th?
I 'l Londoi i' ?
Bank of .-'"i I o yesterday i"
iii<- three Ural pi kaei Car ihe
x- criil a ? lal i"ii raci. The Vero C
America n ? el ed I h? following ?
?-.nun from Charlea ? '. Moore, ,
dent:
"Monc deposited nd< ag ? ment
by our attorney, and bank t o-'i.i > w ? r. i j
the National ? * > Bank of Ne*a ifork
as folio** - 'Panama-Pacific Inti
tional i xpoi .i'.?ni liaxi- tin day de?
led with this bank $150,0011 ro?
pri/.r-s for those i illy ? omplel in
around the xx orld a ? lal Ion raci We
xxiii mail you to-morrow full particu
Wiil arrange xxith rank to-mor?
i nx\ for di tail I i" m bank's
xx Ire."
The National City Bank confirmed
? for ii..
prizes thu ired.
FIGHTER JUST LIKE DEWEY
Youth Named for Hero of Ma?
nila Tires of Defendinr- Him.
George Dewey Bzoplaky, x?.iin aras
born in 1809, was named aftei a I ai
? fighting m.m, bul he haa tired
of the i"h of d< fending it. li?" :
tioned the Supi me < rt ; lei day i<>
change 11 to ?eorge Dewey Lake.
x irding to C org ?laky,
as i... n call? " Ing bul
Szoplak) and ha '????' n "emb irru
humiliated" by I ?
givi n linn by "i lier boj a. l i? ha?
many lis! i.uir..-. lie av?ra, and haa de
1..IUI' "! tl Mai ,
n some hard foughl battles, bul
? ai ing ?m his ii' i\ ' -,
Justice Pag change
In name to tiv? Mi l |...
?i annlversar*- of t he i I t"i j of
the American cet at -,
Szoplak) llve? al No ?O Grox
SHERIFF TAKES MAN
AFTER PISTOL DUEL
White Plains Officer Captures
Alleged Murderer in Battle
at Close Quarters.
? hitdlstun? ing ? Will?
iam .i. i ' ? I? . "f \\ hit? P?a i,-, engag? l
? n .i i uni.;: g -revolvci H8t i
: ? ? r Hank s vil le,
? i.i ur< 'i tlngl? ha? d< d Fran laco ?
? Ki.? ... The prisoner ? i nf<
Bh? riff Doyl I, thai he .- hoi and i
killed a fellow countryman, Domenl i.i
1 In a quarrel over a two
gam? on March **-.
!'. Hill. John ?'. Moore and
Harry Mei d I ? ?h< riff fol?
? it I? 'i him i" an Hall in
colon ne ir Bunks*, ill? Tl ? pari ?
aepai ated lo sui round the house, bul
ff l >oj le .-.i . Tu ? i I? .i i. iii.
door I a hoi ' i and start an
?elds amid of i hots
The Bhi riff follow? ?! and i
1 ? ? ?. ' i iii i1 Tuccl'i ?
\olxi i \xa . mi i 11 foughl x\ ill, In ?
? mil -, v ? ,if?iii a ., . tub aa un hi
? : m ..n him, and onlj sum nd< n i
v. hen h? i tene>d w Ith death.
SUFFRAGE LOSES
IN U. S. SENATE
Adverse Vote on Constitu?
tional Amendment Laid
to "Squeamishness."
35 FOR RESOLUTION,
34 AGAINST IT
! Workers to Make Neu Fi^ht ?
Have Substitute Measure
Already Dratted.
- '?
Washington, Mar. h 1<?. By a vot? of
'?'?'? to 34, thi Bi nati to-da t< d the
resolution providing for th< ?ubmisaionj
<.f the proposed woman i iffrage amend
iii' ? :?' ?h'- ? 'onstitul loi to th?
for ratification. It \ "?.lil have required
a two-third majoi Ity to h.i .- pa --. .1 the
i > solution.
Benatora voting for the stxtl
ami ndment a i
Ashurat, Brady, Bristol Burton,
' 'h ni.!- i i . i ? ' ?p, ? lark, i \\ "i.
' ?allingcr, Gronnu Hollii Hug
Jon? a, K? *i* on La I olletti. I..hi *. Is a,
Myers, N i on, N* wlands, So i
' iv? ? n, P? rkins, Poind? nier, Ransd?
Bhafroth, Bheppard, Bherman Bn
henaon, St? rllng, Buthei land,
Thomas, Thorn] on, Town end, Works'
Benatora \ oting gains! i tend?
i irer? :
Bankhead Boi ah, Bi adl< ). Brande? i
^. e, I Irj an, ? 'ai ron i illlingham, 11 i
Pont, ? Sore, James, Johni on, Is e
(Maryland), Lodge, McCumb? Mc?
L< an, Martin, Mai I * ? ?ver?
m.m. Pa? Pitlman, Pomi i? ne, Reed,
la, Bmlth i ? Smith (Mary?
land), Smith ?s??utii Carolina), Swan
son, Thornton, Tillman, Vard unan,
\\, eks, u?*.-i, William? ."?l .
\n amendment t" the resolution of-|
fcred ??? Senator v.i? daman, v h
i !.. i ? ? al? il the I'iit.-i nili
Am? ndmei I the < 'onsl itution, ex?
tending suffrage to negro? . and then
grant a om? n i he i ighl to
d< feat? d I s a voti of 10 I
A similar am? ndi
at'ir Williams, restricting the appli? i ?
i Ion of the pi t to
white women, was I ot? 'i dow n
i" _'l t H i
Suffragli t I? adei ? anticipating thi
verse vot? of the Senate, were tint en?
i Irely casi doa n bj heir apparent <
eat, Several of the Senator? who . "t? ?I
; pr.d ? ? : ! i
am? mini? ni i?? da? ai. meed
they did so m 1 h? j cou
.-i.i'i-??? ii wrong m method and not
wrong m principle, n should ho it-tt t?, '
i ; ? Indli idual Btal Id. to d?
. Idc upon the electors,
Fight To Be Kept Up.
Th? re la to b? no lull in the light,
i.rding 1" the suffragists Mr .
Mr-dill M< ''"? ni** k, i hairman ? I the
i ' :? I .1
ng thai - m i age aenti
menl In the Senate I g enough to
,nl *:- In t? n< ?? Ing our pflforta to
re natioi ' Forci an
.. b ng i ' led to make
. ? It i rom ad i d f
Shafroth h ill Introdu? ?? a resolu?
tion proposing another amendmenl de?
mi ? ' ? ? objections of the
right? advocate? i I ihr- Smith
( ?inl -ninl on ??????ntli nas' Hr-I r.iluma.
BOOK WORTH $7,000 !
TO BE SENT HERE;
I
Magnificent Specimen of Book? j
binder's Art Set with More ,
than 1.000 Jewels.
? , ..
?JO.?One magntfl? eat
speclm? n ? ? * ?; . Bngliah b<x k?
ii -i 17.? . about to
? ,11 - ? '.i
al San*-, rakl ?*?.? Sul '
Poland sir.. ; i. ndon. Th? bo? i? I
ill m,m,it? ?i man n ? t Ipl ol aomi of
. implet? 'I afti r two
The poema are ' ritt? n and Illumin?t
, ,| ..ii vellum and arr illusti ited
colors. The i.'
. ?
: and Inlaid with m..r.- than* MM
i of i olor? .1 leather, ainl ? I
, recioti ? Un
thr froni doublure is a miniature on
?\ ,r* i * m gold, a Ith ?
and mother- |
Thia i? the mtsi elaborate specimen
indlng undertaken nrm|
Jew? II? 'I < 'mat* Khaj
arhich '? i loal in the Titanic.
Asks $30.000 tor Becker Trial.
Tu mi et "except expeni In the '
;?:?..... ii ? ,.- . rt ill proceedings, in?
Hi?* prose? .'.if the
l.
Whitman im? asked th? Board of K*
t?mate for an additional .?; ,? n uf
? : on the ?cal? ndar of
ii,. boai i foi lo
Nelson O'Sluiughnessy 111.
M? ?- ? " ' ' " Til? Am? i.. an
' liai -? 'i Aflfali. Neis.'Shaughm
lined to bed I ?tics,
pro ? ?I to Vera Ci is, where be may re?
? ? ut tin loa ? r all -
m.i?
BREITUNG NAME IN
MARRIAGE MYSTERY
License Issued to Miss
Juliet November 20 to
Wed a Gardener.
BANKER'S DAUGHTER
DENIES SHE IS BRIDE
Kleist, Bridegroom. Toiler Near
Summer Home of Financier.
Has Disappeared.
On t:ie ?n the Marriage License Bu
; reau is the as orn Btati mi n! of the Rev.
Dr i harlea Lewis Blattery, of G
, ' 'i 'ii- h, M at ?? : November it last h?
? ? Breitung, nim
.Id, daughter of Edward N
? .'"Mr? . ;. Breitling, living at tl ? Bt
Hotel, t.. Max Fred'eri? i K
twenty-three years old, living at No
l!2fl Lexington avenue, whose mother's
ram.' and addr? n welt given ;):. \in
v? llhelmiaa Knuth Kleiat, M i
Mich.
The Edward \. Breitung vhn has
ll~ Ing at the Bt Regia Hotel for
; Idenl of i; x.
Breitling <?. Co., bankers, of No. 11 Pine
reel ll ? Ity, and th? Man i
Building, " !i;. .i.'" At Marn .
B splendid summer home.
Uo j- noa In Chicago at th<? Cong
Hotel He dralea that his daughter la
married to K'<-i?-t or any oro el i.
Mrs. Charlotte O. Kaufman Breitung,
hla wife, la a leading flgi re In atx ?"
?. ,1 known not onlj it
??it- , bul in ' '?ii. au". Marquette, \>r
sailles, Prance, where the? lived ?
and Detroit, where hi
She Is at the Bt. Regis, sh^
- thai her daught? - la man led to
Kl? I. And ? h? -, ??? hi ond I
She ?? net ? - Kleial : m
fact, never heard of him. Mi
nntr i?- a partner of her husband h I
bank! f bu The other partn? r
rcn ti Mary '??
Girl Denies Wedding Rumor.
Tl err onl? ? hlld, Juliet, la with Ker
mother, Bhe ii a tail. Blender girl of
'????' - . ary pn tty, on I
dark hair and large brown ej m.
denial "r s marriage to Kleial
.?i nit".- a.?- thai uttered by her mol i
at,<i as to an acquaintance with the
? ?.'ins* man. Known him? Why,
er < card of him!
"Simply a caae of mistaken Identity,"
aha says, Aral hermothi ?, too,
Ami sa- i i ?i Uier
"A shocking mtauee of our names!"
Max Frederick Kleist's nami
tical with thai <>f a young man whoso
mother's name la Wilhelmina Knuth
Kleist, ? h? a bom?? vas in Manlstique
.-uni who was b gardener on th.- Mar?
quette ? ?.-taie of Thomas Parrel I last
summer. And coincidence so direct i
t iat wh? n the Breitlings lefl Marqu? He
for Nea _"erk last November M?*?
Frederick Kleist reached the conclu-1
Bion thai travel broadened one, ???> hel
purcha ed and u ed a railroad ticket |
that had "Marque't? " m one pari
and "New Ifork" on another.
This particular Max Frederick Kleist
Is ti"\?' working In a silver mine In tl
Mongollon Mountains, Gils County,!
x i ? Introdu i mother coincidence,
Mr. Breitung ha heavj mining Inter
i ? Kleial baa bei n r"" thi r< gome
t ..ni ,n.,.-il en ?eronrl puge, fifth roliimo.
AUTO HITS LAD
AND SPEEDS AWAY i
Unman and Man leave Victim, i
Clinging to a Loaf of Bread
to Die in Street.
As he rriT; across the rond xxith a lr->.if ?
of bread for supper, Herbert Miller,
t.in?-- y? ara old, ?*as struck by .in auto-1
hile m fr..iit of hi home, N ?.
Piral avenue, la t aliening. H<
taken d Ing to th< Flo tot Hot
iini
The machine, which was of tha lo*a
racing type, caiTled a roan and -?"man.
Witm ? - thai '? hi n thi man aaw
? had happened he put on mere
, . - ,;. spite BhOUtS to him to top..
W| n Patrolman Neltsel, of the i. ?
17th streel station, arrived the
? anishing oui of sight.
s*. itsel jumped into a passing auta
and gave chase, bul lost the fleeing ?
china al 65th street and Park
nue.
The i j e - itnessa; said th? oar"a
i -unh< r was 10278, bul whether the let- j
? lt followed w?ara N. v. or N. j. j
were all uncertain.
The lad, BtlU hunt;:!:'?* his loaf under
his arm, ?*aa hurled Into the air u
II gainst the curb, crushing his skulL
III grandmother, who rushed out "n
hearing the cries if bei neighbors,
? ? ? .i and fell beside the boy.
Detective Peter Carmody, who
., Brst grade man three yeai
? : .-!? sring up s similar ?-a:
...it with seven assistants to trace
the aiilomobilist.
R<\*4?J thr Interesting Details
ni the
Ben Franklin Quiz
On Pagr x
MIS I [.?.', \ RD N BRKITI SG
50,000 PASTORS TO
PREACH FOR PEACE
i
Carnegie Church Union Has!
Plan for All Denomina
tions to Aid Work.
Th rete move 1 :r'*h
p. Union,
!*?
Rev, I d Lynch cereta
union.
Mr. Lyi ? ? om?
mitte?
f"t ty ? * -tul mini tera of all
.,. nominal low througho
try to pit toll mi thr* peace D
on May 17, th? Sutnla.y befor? I? ?. ?
T?, . Th? ministers irHl he Mked to
advocate on ti??" or-caaion th.? . ailing
of a thinl gl :*.? i..: ; ? It
tiip Hague.
u lins ai.-io h??r-n decided to ruTang?
for a world church |
? i u '? ? ?n city during the coming
summer. Mr. Lynch said yesterday
? the committee had written to the'
minister? of th? Proti ?tant *
of Switzerland, inviting them !" ex?
tend f th? . i.urrhes ,
,,f Europe to ei * : I ; ttion
of the < !ie
liev? ?I the Sv. . ac- j
,
? ?. i ? '?... u Eng?
lai ?I ?*. . i lei * ' a ith the ,
? ,u :.. ...?? unit a.
im?, ?if the moat important plan-? - -
d,?r coi tlon by th? committee on ?
? . -, inlzatlon
of all t!i? n In the * ? *
Bl ' ?
h gen? -1 tern of ? omrol
m cone? rl with the union.
Tin- ' ? ..'i make th? In]
ea. b city, Mr. Lyi
for the promotion ol peace with <-.
tiffin:"*- p :*; >???? . Thi? form ol
ixatli * * 'bed in B if- '
falo, ami it i- u'"I* ra . I ;
falo !'''iii ? HI I '
Oth'T I
op v. Ilson "i" th? Method
Chur b, oi ? ig- '
*
other young ] be or?
; ' *
-.- M
MRS. WILSON RECOVERING
i
Injury from Fall Corrected by
Slight Operation.
Wa? ington, March 19, Mr? Wood- i
- well <?n thr road to i
.??-?? from the ef
feel er a rug on th-* whit?? i
Hi u i? door. 0(1 it th? -executive i
ild her ;???.-. ,-? ?asternal i
une of no t-.ii
tvould be ..ut igaln attending to ?oclal I
? , r two.
It ? I thai Mrs. Wilson bad !
i alight local operation to !
? "it' ? ? - . r tin? 1.1 m-.- which ,
: ?m b? r fail.
DROWNS HER BABES,
THEN TAKES POISON
Young .Mother Who Feared
Becoming a Burden
May Be Saved.
I i THI
Greenwich, ?'..nu., March 19, -Hi-?
two ba *.* d in a bath?
tub ami his young Wife li.ilf COI
..ti a bed, whtl? an emptj bottle which
had contained arbolic acid lay on th?
il??or, was 'Ii?* Krr?*?*t,!!? William An
fii'iny, contractor ami town official, r?.*
- ? , .-i when t*? ? ' tnrned bom? thi?
..ft' rnoon,
I te en plained w hj Mr*- Ai I hon
ii.nl taken the liv? - ?.? her
trii ?) 'u kill h? rselt H? r thr? ?
found m an upper
room unharmed.
Anthony had taken the Man? tiir?-?*
?tepa al ? tlm? *?\ fi.-n he had read the
n?.ie l' ft bj hi ; a Ife on th? hall tab' ?.
She realised, Bhe had wi tten, that nil??
omlng urden to him because
or. ['nable t?> <i" b?r
a ork, ahe i i id? d nd her life and
take their children vsitti her. Their
deaths would i" painless, ahe arr?te,
uould ?-'''? ?? them paregor.?
i., put them ' ?
* _.? th? a orsi the onti
open? thi thi In the
.
\ r. I.m. t so.
?
hall, Ai found twenl
d, hei bui ? owing
she had tried I fo loa h? i
Anthony summoned l?r. J. A. ?'larke,
\?.!i?, administered an antidote ?nd th<*
woman ua,s removed to ti,?* Qaneral
HoapttaL When ?Ik recovered ecn
.-. lonanesa al ? j.skr?i why eh? had n?it
been permitted to die. Although her
? ? ndltlon la critical, there IS a i?o.--si- ?
bllity that ah? will live. Wh)
neglected to kill I geai < hlld ia '
own.
married In N
, four ? ara a?.. Por th? iusi *'
rnon'h th? I th? '
care of Dr. < 'larke. H? ? ? be
?
not live. |
Only two da g to her , ?
was 11
raay. He laughed it off When ;
he wt home thia * u ap- ?
parently In i i
EGG CURFEW FREES
CAPTIVE FROM COOP
,Vife finds Husband Trapped as
Bell Device Registers Hens
Working Overtime.
' n Farnng-i
1 ?
incomfoi table ,
a pi ?
?
f th? * Of ftf?" !
hem? t?. keep track
ens. Ho placed ',
*. ivanre in the ?.-oop,
epped out of the nest a
i,. n would ring n th? h??u! ?? and ? tdell
. ?? out, ?x? I th? egg sad lock ;
il it tu? r?frig?rai
aroi ting m tho
???t'i.iy. anri be aenl the hoy to]
I arare aten A ???pr>*0,l
oui he h ' th? 4?oof dose, ami the lockt'
: ??? <t
Udell did nol notlec that h? w?b a
prisoner f'>r a torn minute?, ai.<i \?h**n
lie did he Imm-ediately pul th? t??-ll ?ys?
-?tu into operatli
? ?dell aras ?j the i on
tlnued ringing I not imaglm
a ii.u had happened t?, !h<* hena ??? ?-tart
th? m laying ao rapid]] sh.* had \ I?
lion? of ?jre il wealth, but -after th? t.? II
bad been t ing ng t? i min n?'*- she de?
tlgat? Th? l shr? dl ?1
rrcd the nd truth an-j freed OdelL
MRS. BREITUXGS DAUGHTER JULIET.
MU TURNS ON
FEDERALS AND
BATTLE RAGES
i Rebels Fight Desperately
in All-Day Clash Near
Escal?n.
_
BET TORRE?N WILL
FALL BY MARCH 31
I City. Expecting Savage At?
tack, Makes Use of
Canals for Defence.
READY FOR LONG SIEGE
Attack on Ma/atlan Also Planned
and Then for "Key to
the South."
.: ? rr.'-un? !
El Paso. T? x.. March 10. Reporta
from Federal so i i ? that he.ixx
flghl m?; ? m !'i OgTSM near Bl
. aion - thia morning, Paw bo
Villa having ordered an advance on
rating below .Imene?.
Th? ? ? no immuntcatiofl with
i ? bel ' "titrolled
i
your m .it my forces
Poi reon by March 31,"
waa th? gi ??ed by villa
i" da ? : ares,
The recipient found ? Federal sym
pathiser a 11,000 Am??rl< an
',"i'l thai "? ills not only \s ?? ? ?!<i ojoi
mak? ist good, bul thai the fled
?? "ni.i ?till hax ?? Toi reon ?
i mi of Apr.i
I:. i,i ? Id? s i- If
graphed thai his command, the '/.ira
gusti bi snl'. had Jointsd forc?Bs wltl
? Hernsnde-?
ao an.i Maximilian i
and thai the entire armx- \\,i
appn ?? ' neon
The t? l< Ki am waa ?led al If?
Bouth o Rscalon and aeventj mi'
north of Ti rreoi \ ? .
rat? ? i ? ' lei Id? add
that he had been unable t" communl
? .it-- bj win \x ?ih Ueneral Lhrbiaa- op
??raiini- to the weal of the main pol?
Limn and had ? '-; couriers to him.
reported to be st Bei ?
MonoDiane Not Yet Fixed.
it la doubtful If the monop
? .i m trial tiiKhts h? re can
b?- repaired In tlm i"i use by the
retx la a Toi i ? on i nl? Villa's attai i?
is \>>\\% delayed.
Water lowinj n thi ? R ver si
Torre?n for tha I tlm? In ass
? n-,- utllla? 'i by tiro people
of the city and h\ the i.? Gana ranch?
men to preven! rebela from will klug i
? ? ? .?liter the ? '
?? ? ... T..rre.>n lo?
ti Monday,
nd show thai
no)
i bj
. ?
?
R ...
? '
prevent I ebcl
canals for Intrenehment .
Artiflr-i .i lak? also havi
Btruete'l In tie out kill Of thi
nil? 'l xxith water, ? te, g
Ing an abundas a to I
long i lege
T ? ; ? ?pie of Torre ? -1 m
the rebels to atl
ire pre]
f.i ?". I
traong th? !?? :
.?r ?zed fo mi i lieg?
iher?
-,. the m?
-et to 1 rdei
II
.- 'lira dull - ' . ?
in.I the soldi?
- ? ionlldenl that the rebel ?
: i
Jimenez Fighting Denied.
Juarez re-1
further aklrmlah? ?? a
loa .limeta /. No ?'! ? '?? -. r ?
in Juar- a to-day I
fie is t: r ? at? a- d at Jim? :.
M.it. .? i Gutierres I he b indlt, who
?u ? ? led Maximo Castillo wl en b<
left his i.an'i an'i became a prl oner oi
the Araeri<*ao trooi i
t of villa to lay doa ti h .uni?
linder promlsi of imtn inii ? I I
lent xx rd te J tares t"-.; i
would continu? sa an Independeni
leader. Hla capture
he? *i urdeeed, folloa Ing I
?urrender.
a aim iltaneoua atta on Ton oi
fin<i Masatlan x?.ai pred ilvi?.-<
to-day. It ws i .
that while Qencral vtlla'a rebel arm)
_? agaHu I Torre?n reto s
ander Ueneral Alvara Obregon weuM
i Masatlan. Obfegoa aras report
i-'l to be ?loving 1'_'.?>"?> tr. ? pa against
i be i'-? 111? i ?>?'? t ?,r.rt.
Tlii.s xxa aald to I" part "t a gi B? ral
lim !"r an aggressive ninnnaaat
againel an Federal f>'t>in in Northern
MexV?.
The fall if Masatlan, o ara ;
would mean virtual ?"iitroi <?f the weal
?oast, xx hili- tlM capture ?>f Torre?n,
th?- raiiroaii centra of ?*en?rai Mostos,
x\."iiii threats, the cspMaJ. it the
rebels captuie those txx?i points both

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