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N. Y. MEN TO GUARD
76 MILES OF BORDER
Totnl of 21.02B From Kuslcrn
Stntos Alrondy nt Hlo
(iraiitU; or on Wny.
PHOIUKMS HE I NO SOLVED
For the first time since the moblllia
lion of the National tluard liegan two
weeks ago It was possible to obtain yes
terday survey of tliu vieneral Httuiitlon,
In the mobilization i-iimpee along the
Mexican border or nj-iprunehliiK those
cm nrc 2I.02S troops from thu twenty
('tales and the District of Columbia In
the Department of the Kant. The official
No York ,. S.Ml
,w Jffie) t 4,024
RHe-ls Island 141
tu home mobilization camps ami other
concentration olnt In the States within
thin lYderal military dcisittmeiit nearly
talce as many Irorps ure awaiting
uraers while obtaining equipment alul
fetting inuili needed trailllis;. Ttie of
ficial list of these l:
Milnr . 41.i
.New 1 1 ii Ire 1.399
MiMJi-hll-f tie l,fl
Khtde. tiend All
!): ir i
virctnli . :.2II
ttfil VlrfinU 1,07;
NMth I urn I'll !,MJ
Snuth droiline 3, Me
Klorl.1i 1,4 1 5
Kentu-'ky 1. 1-1
rnni iinnla 11.31.1
N Vrrli i:.ooi)
M'irii i nt cniunii'i.i :.:i;
The totnl number of troops In home
mobilization camps Im 57,1:7.
Mmi) Kniinel I'ltlM.
(ten Wood xalit last night that thu
hipment of troop to the border woubl
continue uninterruptedly, but with par
ticular attention paid in the fitness of
National (iuard commands for field ser
vice. Numerous Instance.-) of complete
unfltne have been discovered. The wife
of a National Guard officer In a com
tnand from a neighboring State sent this
rremage to On. Wood yesterday protert
ln? against hl-e being ordereil to the
'II- has had no drill. He can't shoot
nil '-ant ride a horse, and Isn't ac
cllmited Where Is the efficiency thtv
Trr-orw It md !' of the 1'lrst tavalr
of New Jerey were the only detach
merits that entrained fur the IkinIit yes
t'rd.iv. To-day the regimental head
quarters and Hattery It of the Klrst l'leld
Arthlcrj. nil be cntialned. The
Tienty-thlrd Uglment will le.ie to-rr-irrow-
morning, It Is expected The
rift S.piadron of the llrt e"iva1r may
alo leave to-day. ijen Wood renewed
iflrj fr. m ('.en. runston that the moblll
latum point at the border of tin- Now
Jrn-j tioops had l-en changed from 'A
Pao to liouglas. Ariz.
New York's National Guatd will have
the honor of guarding seventy-rlve. miles
ft tv border nest of Hrou isvllle. Tex.
In army staff opinion, the New Vorlt
troop will not see service In Mexico for
mtjI months. They will be held along
the Ismler for patrol duty and to tecelvo
bird intensive training. An importnut
part t' their service will be patrol duty
Hitherto the regut'tis have ridden the
Girder The mobilization of the Na
tion liu.ird releases the entire mobile
armv of the rutted States.
I'rolilem llt-liiur Solved.
Orn fi'H.van's hendnuartcrs will be at
M Ml" Tex. whli h Is six miles north
t . Cio (iramle and thlrtv mites wet
f llronnsvlile. He will be In communl
'", "i b wnelek.s with every detach
ment o: hw widely nllzned ill. I, Ion. The
Nev Viik tr tis and tje tnaiph fro r
'w '.f li.-r State vlll repurt by com-mill-
i. i;.n liiiton .very inornlnif
t.'l e-i nlsht by wlreleea.
'!ei' Wo.. hears that various vexa
t.i'i. jirc items of molilllzaticin ale being
i"hi'l i:itiiinieiit l being fUpvlltd
rif'd'.i n tr op mobilized In home
emu- ll-iisi aie b.lng ohtal nd from
' w'"t aid middle West and are being
e',t iiiet i., the border. Matters gen
frir ,r we'l , -,,1,1 II,.,, thu
nn. I 7i!.,n aii'horltles h;,,l n rhame
-'c lu ret a few bou-s of relaxa-
" "ie" Wiiiid le't loncnmrs Island
i. ii, ti'-t , , ,,, epI- nl tol).
for i er Sectetary of War
leni , fi .,,,,
''nl Henry s Ste rnberger, division
T aermae- N (j. N. V. received
. ""rl I.ki rilk-ht that the Seventh and
"xenu-n-n regiments have reaohed
If r dot, nation at the border "near
A'M!le- fp ,novv l)f no fortlj-
ni'n; tioop movement, except the de
I'tinr r.f t10 Twenty-third Iteglmint
ni'irmw, but there wire reports that
mire of the New York regiments
'"Hd leave tills w.ek.
WOULD WITHDRAW TROOPS.
nepre.i-,,1,,11,,. Ileiitirt n We
Won'4 ( ntch Villa.
N lltlntM s llennet, IlepieHelitatlve of I
- Iwety.t,ril New Vorli district, ves
Y ,,y '"' ;""'l' "'-e In the West Side
' i' A on Pifty-seventh strei-t that '
" 'oui.l ,e no reason for sending troop, I
'O Mex !, I ,r :,n. n,lll i... 1
,,,,, , , ..,in. iiii , lie
' I'le.l hn, ,.ri ,1,.,, .)S mp,ler , ,,.
niiise i. h id voted for everything In
ie way of funds and supplies for mill
k'd"S" f"r wl'u'h "18 l'ri'll',nt had
He n'sn expressed the belief that the
npiriinee and irn.nlng the National
''lard would get through patrolling Ihe
f'wior would be well xvorth the expense
Of s tiding them down there.
i i! ,h!u tr"m source which
I believe , reliable." .r. Hennet con
' !!. "that Vill., was not present at
rial on Columbus. We have spent
wo r r,ree months looking for Villa.
rui not been :.l,l t h,,.i i.i... n,..i..i.i.,
""ni llud h'lti anil there would be no
tr.ll e (t, i.tl.r,, .!.... .1... ...... I
"'e I would like to see President WIN
"ni before fongress on Wednesday
ml HHy !lilt ne W withdraw the troops
yos t, border I think he should
f - i'in the army along the border, pro
" he Importation of arms Into Mcx-
."i'i give people iiown there n chance
Mi rii-tor,. Hm. illMl ,f r,,.ri"
HALT MEXICO, URGES PASTOR.
Hr. ;,,, ki, r, s, vUvr "
We should hnve gone Into Moxlco
.vrais ago," said the Itev. Dr.
'''alien A Katon last night in hi. ser
.it (he Madlaon Avenue lluptlst
'air , -in fa,-t we should nave dono'
" "ii IHaz got through, ,
, cliiz.-ns have millions InvesUd
jiieie iln contlnueil. "Vou may call.
I .Ow fltlzeiiH robbers nil, I llileinu l.nf 1
'hey are entitled to the lights of clllzen
'"tp. ir, ro j,,out their business where
' iliase If they aie not prolcted,
' eiisnip Is worth nothing.
fti-f the ColumhUH raid we had to
our ihe rounlry for a week foi enough
ril'l a to support the handful on the
hor ier ,t during the last thirty year.
e hnve spent a. much money a. tier
ftry for military purposea. Most of It
m lo thieves. Who elected th
trilevef" other thieves. Our CongTe..
'r.en ur reflection, of you and rue."
JCAIrjr EACrOt TO FLY FOX U. I.
Application. Poar la to Aro Cl.fc
flvMfe ,VLa? 009 Vtnon, r U(r to
Dilution. 0, Am,lca to .peed their p-kutomoEn-
JB.nl. broker., doctor..
In th -T..t0 "W" e'r patrlottam
rn. avln,,n rvlce.
and .er.',.J,re..,,h,rty-two cned aviators
vlcl ihi.1, . Jhey r " kn tor Mr.
Aero Mnh ,,hoy re. 'nuulrln of the
dellveer u '.6' by 'Wh and .pedal
re.eK. i'l,ep f" l? wnnt ha been
cnromnm!he D(",m"1 b"
PrIilid.iT"-l?'pr,mnt ta altln for
ran?ii!r Wll."on ,0 authorlie the or-
lull ZAllOtl nf . 1. . ...
.1,: "x-e increment.
rnr ,uVnXU..a Htltt' Army .Signal
herPe:n?:..?",.?" "v. Corp. -nd
vi,i..i i 7 -"Tn" ".erve corp. pro
law Th .l.h" Brmy reoriranlzatlon
nl.?li. .i 8 e"ilre "v 'ncr'ment. will
s ev.,rJr5Sufor 149 aviators. Action
""Id ye.terday. within a few day..
63 REFUGEES ON TANKER.
Snr Carran.Uia. Are 9cl.ln
Amerlcan. (Ill l.nnri.
I'liiALDitLriiiA, July Abandonlnir
their property and Interest. In Mexico
sixty-three American refugee, arrlvo!
at Point llreeze to-day on the Penn
Mexican ruel Company tanker Ardmore.
In the party were thirty member, of
the Penn Mutual Oil camp nt Tuxpam.
The refugees confirmed telegraphic re
portH that Carranza soldiers arc confla
catlnK the property of American, who
have fled to the mates following- the
posting of bulletins In the Mexican
States of Pueblo and Vera Cruz that
the. fnlted States and Mexico are In a
state of war.
Accompanying the oil men were a
number of ranchers who were rescued
by the oil company from their Inland
positions. All the refugee, told of the
exodus of thousand, of American, from
Mexico. Army transport, arc conveying
hundreds from Vera Cruz and Tamplco
MEXICANS MUST KEEP
BACK FROM BORDER
Col. Sickles Orders Troops to
Drive Bands Rack Hopes
to Stop Sniping.
Cot.f.Mnrs, N. M.. July :.ri roups of
Mexicans arc to he kept from approach
ing too closely to the American border
In the new patrol district, according to
orders Issued to-day by Col. It. C.
Sickles, commandant, a. a result of the
rlrlns last night from the Mexican side
on a detachment of I'nlled States cav
il I r.v men
Investigation developed that the ma
rauders probably were part of a Mexican
scouting party sent from Ascenclon, sev
enty miles south, to reconnoitre the fron
tier and who only fired when challenged
by American sentries.
Reports reaching here from the field
In the "last few days have Indicated that
a Mexican Intelligence officer is located
there for the purpose of keeping track of
American troopa and supplies from the
border Coupled with these are report,
that the I'arranza garrison at that point
has lieen Infieased materially recently.
Hoof prlnta Indicated that the detach
ment was composed of about a dozen
mounted men and several empty car
tridge chells of the tj pe used by troops
of the de facto government were found
near tne scene of the shooting.
6 MONTHS TO STARVE MEXICO.
Ilmhnrito Wonld l.emc .Nation
Wlthfint Kood, Meile.n Hit.
Kac.i.k Pas.. Tex.. July 2. Curtail
ment of traltle between the United States
and .Mexico, due to the present situation,
already Im cau-lng the pinch of hunger
throughout the southern republic.
I.ate arrivals from Mexico .aid men In
dure touch with Mexican affairs ex-prete-ed
the opinion that Oen. Carranza
vioiild be unnbb- to feed Ids roo longer
than three mouths should the I'lilt-il
States troi4- blockade his ports and sto;i
foo.l .hlinnents ncoss the border. In
idx months, tlwue men say, the entln
coiintty would be In a state of famine.
The troops even now, accoiding to re
portw from Mexico, are stripping the
growing grain In Coahullu and Neuvo
Ion. while there lias been a marked
cessation of planting throughout even the
richer agricultural districts of the coun
try. In large measure the.e conditions
are due to the number of troop., esti
mated at 130,000, under arm. In Mexico.
BARRED BY ARMY; ENDS LIFE.
Auanst Mneller llrnnni Himself In
t'ot.n t-'ritlNci. N. V July 2. Desporul
cut fiver being rejected for enll.tment In
the L'nlted States Army. August 13.
.Mueller of Southtlelds, Rockland count,
rommltteil suicide to-day by drowning
lilnwelf In the Hudson Illver off Storm
Hefore diving off the barge Tessle he
wiote a note to his slter. Mrs. Ilertlui
I.ally, sayltej he had tried to cnlM for
cavalry duty In Mexico, but had been
rejected on account of poor eyestuht and
heart disease. This, together with the
fact tlint he could not get work, he ex
plained, made him tired of living. Ills
body wan not recovend. Mueller wa. 12
yea is old.
BODIES TO BE BROUGHT BACK.
(ten. FniiMon Arranc lo BccOTcr
Wahhinoton, July 2. The bodies or
the American troopers, Including those
of Capt. Hoyd and Lieut. Adair, hurled
In the Carrlzal cemetery after the bat
tle, will be brought back to the border.
Oen. Kunston has sent the following
telegram to tha War Department:
"Consul Oarcla teliphoned from
Juarez that he could .end for the bodies
of Americans killed at Carrlzal, so have
turned the mntter over to depot quarter
master, who will make contract with
"fjarrla promises the help and protee.
tlnn of Mexican authorities for parties,
who will undoubtedly be Mexican.. Will
take coflln. for at least twenty."
FIRE ACROSS THE BORDER.
Cnrran.a liarrUon and I'. Sentry
NoOAi.rs, Ariz., July 2. Nogale. wa.
aroused early to-day by a fuslllado of
shot. Just west of the town that lasted
for five minutes.
The firing proved to b nn exchange
of .hot. between member, of the Car
ranza garrison In Nogales, flonora. and
nn American sentry post on thl. tide of
the line. No one wa. Injured.
CASJOR I A rtrlndntsiniCliililrin.
Thl Kill Ym Him Always lin(ht
MEN ON NEBRASKA
American Residents of Vera
Cruz Hate to Leave the
STARVATION IN INTERIOR
Hr ELISABETH t,. WOODS.
Special CorrftponAfnl of Tns Scs,
On Board his U. S. S. Nebraska,
Vina Crux Harbor, June 24. Like some
thing unreal we He .winging .lowly at
anchor In bcnutlfut tropical waters. To
on aide of u. Ii the city of Vera Cruz,
a group of low building against the sky,
by night a mass of bright lights.
Three day. ago Consul Canada sent
written order, to American residents of
Verm Crux and their families to no
aboard the U. S. 8. Nebraska, lying out
side Vera Cruz harbor. The order cama
to us at 10 In the morning. We were
to leave for the ship on the 1 o'clock
launch from the big Malecon, or prin
cipal wharf of the tittle city. We were
warned to take no baggage, but I took
a gown and u tooth brush, liovlhg to
smuggle them through.
We reached the wharf without any
trouble or any demonstration oil the part
of the people. We reached the big ship
In ten minute, time, to be received In a
wholetouled fashion by the officers and
men of the Nebraska. This attitude,
of courte.y treating us all as honored
guests, not a. refugee, or burdens on
our tlovernment has not always been
accorded American citizen In Mexico
when they have obeyed the otders of
their tlovernment to desert homes and
property nnd put themselves under the
protection of their flag, nnd certainly
never ha. It been so absolute as It has
beeji on the Nebraska.
With a full 230 refugee, aboard, sixty
five of them children, the courtesy and
friendliness of every man on board ha.
not been lacking for one .Ingle Instant,
ttlgld method, have been taken to avoid
partiality, and everything all the men
may do to aid In the comfort of their
guests Is being done.
Waiting; for Something.
Hut mot of u. anxiously watch the
distant horizon and the skyline, and
ask ourselves and each other: "Why
doesn't something happen?" Fully 300
American, from Interior points nre now
In Vera Cruz more are on their way :
where shall they take refuge?
Vera Cruz was not safe for Its resl- ,
dents: tt Is less safe for Its transients. J
And we. as usual, are In the dark as to
our future; we are undecided as to
whether we shall be taken to the States,
nhere few of us desire to go, or whether ,
we shall he allowed to return to our
once acaln nbandoned worldly effects 1
In our Mexico homes. We feel ipilte '
like spoiled children. We are not suiel
what we are punished for or how Ions It !
will last. We have not even heard from
our officers why e were brought, be- 1
yond the statement "precautionary meas
ures." Our friends from shore are not nl-'
lowed to come and visit us. Some of us,
have been fortunate enough to get a !
suitcase or two packed by clumsy, will-1
Ing hands with a few articles of tlrst '
necessity and lots of things we never,
knew we possessed, but whlih our loving
servants ashore have unearthed, which,
make life more bearable. (
One lady got three evening gowns and.
no shirtwaists, one girl got all her
ragged and flirty clothes, and so it goes.
We are cheerful because we would be.
ashamed to be otherwise In the face of
the gracious hospitality accorded u.
but not a few would like to know the I
why and the wherefore, and last hut not
least Is The Sun correspondent, tte-.
spondlng to what wa. felt to lie an lin
lieratlve order from the Consul, the lat
ter unfortunate Individual found herself
aboard and entreaties, tears, nothing
has had any effect on the smiling ex-1
icutlve officer. i
The lady feels perfectly safe ashore -she
has offered to relieve her fJoveru
merit of all future responsibility In ln-i
inse as her Mexican friends are legion
and to be trusted, but all to no purp.--Nothing
Is so maddening as to sit a
mile out to sea and want to be Inland
Fortunately, ashore there Is an energetic
Individual who Is gathering the news a"
If he was the real thing, but the pour
correspondent feels defrauded beyond ,
measure and inexpressibly helpless, held ,
by our naval officers. j
I'caccfnl mi Shore.
i n shore ever) tliliu- u ,pi,.t n,
peaceful. The people III general nam
Intervention because 90 pel cent, arc
hungry and Hearing statvatlon. Mr
Carranza will make all the trouble he
possibly can and then save himself. I
The antl-Amerlcan riots In I'achucn j
were bad. All the mines there have,
been closed down and most of the Pa
ehuca people reached Vera Cruz yester-'
day and to-day. In Puebla the rioters
were very talkative but did no harm.
Two Americana were hurt In the Pn-
chuca trouble. 1
Feeling In Mexico city among the1
Carranzlsta party Is very bad, but the
people hax-e been asking for Interven
tion. As early a. June 1.1 manifestoes
posted by the people nnd torn down'
by the police were seen on the corners
lu Mexico city asking for American help
and Intervention. '
Many people from Puebla have also
reached Vera Cruz. Amei leans In Mex
ico have left ho often they are sceptical
now and slow to arrive.
A rumor says Mr. rtodgcrs, our latest
special agent In Mexico city, will soon
Tho reason told by the Mexicans on
shoro for the removal of Americans to
the war boat was that the military com
mander. Cicn. IM I.a Mata. ex'-eomlc
actor, now Carranzlsta general, was ap
proached hy American officials who
wished lo discuss the safety of non
combatants nnd their protection In times
of stress. Oen. De I.a Mata absolutely'
declined to discus, any such matter at ,
all and Americans were Immediately re-'
moved from his territory.
nrltUh Wnrncit Too.
Itrltlsh subject, who Inadvertently
came aboard were requested to return
to the protection of their consulptc In
Vera Cruz. The Red Cross wa. recently
organized In Vera Cruz. The Protestant
church and house were commandeered for
thl. purpose. No sooner had the mem
her. of the local Ited Cross organized
than they were advised hy the mllltar '
authorities that they would be .hot In
stantly If any American was given aid m
c.i re by them,
A box car special of twelve cars
reached Vera Cruz last night, carrying
HO American.. They had a very dirty
trip down, were delayed on the way anil
had hostile demonstrations all the way
down. The special carried American meii '
and their families,
Tho Ward Line steamer Monterey ar
rived In Vera Cruz early tn-dav. Con
trary to general expectation, the ship
was allowed to pass by ,,. Nebraska
without being hailed or commandeered
for n, transport. We .till wonder how
many more people will be taken on board.
There .eem. lo be unlimited room.
Mr. Ilodger. In Mexico city has ad
vised every American to leave the ciiun- !
try, and many are taking hi. advice. Wo
still do not realize how we are going to
he taken care of,
THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916.
650 Americans Quit
Vera Cruz on Sumner
VERA CRUZ, July 2. The
transport Sumner with 650
Americans on board sailed nt 3
o'clock thia uftcrnoon for Tampa.
James Linn Rotlffers, the spe
cial aircnt f the United States
Government in Mexico city, has
advised Consul Canada that about
fifty Amcricnns are on their way
here on n special car. They will
be sent aboard the transport Han
cock and held in port for a few
Ninety per cent, of the refu
Keea on the Sumner asked to be
landed at a Texas pot t instead of
Tampa, as it would be mora con
venient to their homes. Consul
Canada will endeavor to obtain
Washington's consent to the
change in route and direct it by
INTO TEXAS TOWNS
New Jersey, Mnssnfluisetts
and Pcnnsylvniiia Guards
ARRIVE IX GOOD FORM
i:t. Paso, July :. livery railroad
poured Its militiamen Into I'.l Paso and
other Texas towns to-day. New Jersey,
Massachuetta and Pennsylvania forces
arrived foi temporary bivouac at or near
III Paso, while militiamen from the West
and Mlddtn West continued to pa
through here for polnti along the border
west of Kl Paso or to arrive direct fnrn
their home mobilization points at I In)
temporary American military bases west
The New Jersey National C.uatd went
throiiKh to Hotwl.is. Ariz.
Two battulcs of the Pennsj Ivanla -National
(luard, A and II, paed through
during the day bound for "somewhere,
west." It vva believed they were sent
to Columbus, us they have horse and
are ready foi Held service Immedlatelv
The Southern Pacific Railroad east '
lure was buy dttralnlns vnlunfc.
militiamen from llagle Pas west to
Kl l'a-o, anil the news came that others
were being sent out of San Air-onlo over
oilier railroad to garrison the country
between llagle Pas and llrow nville
To-night it wa estimated that lo.noa
militiamen had detrained here or would
flu so hv Monday
Sweetwater, Tex . reported a .olid
triliilo.nl of aminuiii'lop for the Ameri
can border forces pts-ing there to-dnv
It should amvc m r.l Paso to-nmrrow
afternoon. The tram was beavlls
guarded, the adv ces said, and nolxi, )
was allowed to approach within 10m feet
of It while It stood in the vards at tint
point, xcept rillroad men with passes
signed by the superlntenili-n: All the
arriving mllltla organlzat on- carry am
munition siilllcleiit for a da.v or so, In
addition to that ivhlih Is coming by pe-1
clal train. Tno trainloads of mllltla-1
men passed through Sweetwater during
the day bound for Kl Paso.
I'nll of Cntlinalaani.
The imllti:iin-n arrived In good form,
full of enthusiasm and expecting to see '
active service Immediately Some of
tlieni viewed with conlderabk concern '
th- elaborate prep iratious made In ad
vance by the ipi irtermasters for their,
icceptlon. They looked upon the high,
plies of wood alrrady stacked. the
water piped Into mmpatiy struts and
shower baths, the garbage pits already I
contructed and olh-r evidences of care- j
fill preparation as an Indication that
their camp life Is expect) rl to continue
lor some time.
They had expected to detrain, camp
In the iliit for a few hour lu dog tents !
and tlnn brgln maichltt lo .Mexico
Some of the militiamen got out of their
c.i is with their titles loaded, as If expect- '
Ing to see action the Instant they set foot
upon Kl Paso soli. All were' In good
humor, waving their hand Jnvnusly at
tin- Kl Pasoaus as thi'.v were drawn
thinuuh the city on thilr spu'lal tialn.
mid many of them waving Mag finin
I'halkul on tin ldes of the riMi'hrh
and fi eight cais were lame litter giving
the name of the command aboard, ami
many cars boie mottoes In latve chalk
le Item, "ne car of the Pi nns Ivanla '
system hail letters on the side rending
"On to Id Paso and Mcxlio." The letters i
were two feet high and had been put on '
by a sign painter member of the iegi
nient at odd time when the train stopped
for water or order.. I
Mllltla Trains m first.
All of the mllltla trains weie ven I
precedence over all other business and,
when theie was any sidetracking to do, j
the pamencer and freight trains of the
regular setvlce too1 out while the
militiamen passed on In their haste
toward I'A Paso and Mexico.
The men Invariably bore the trl In
splendid shape nnd. ulthrxigli hospital
ambufmices met every train, there woh
little mVaslon for the services of the am
bulance or Ha- nurse. accoinpanylii-;
"If any of the men were sick," one j
oftlcer of a New Jersey otvinnlzatlnn
said, "they wouldn't admit It, a. mont
of them think we are going Into Mexico I
Immediately nnd they are afraid they
would be left behind."
C,en. fleorge Hell, commanding the
border brigade here, met most of t'-e
atlvlng organizations either at the train
or shortly after their movement from the
doit Into their camp grounds, and he
spoke very encouragingly of the effi
ciency of the organizations, declaring
that tho mllltla of to-day ranks farl
above the mllltla of the Spauisli-Amer-lean
Many of the mllltla officers, (leneral
Hell says, have seen service either In1
Cuba or the Philippines nnd universally
they seem more capable as military men
than the olllcer. of the mllltla a few;
TO SEND 50.000 MEN.
I . Three Males llchlnil Time In
lent rill Department.
CHir-Ano, .Inly 2, Willi the excep.
Hon of the National lluard of Kansas,
Colorado and Wyoming, all the organ
leil mllltla nf the Central Department
virtually Is ready for seivice al the bol
der. Accoiillng In report, which have been
lecclvcd 111 Chicago by Capt. linger S.
l-'ili-h, acting Department Adjutant, Ihe
Central Department will have approxi
mately riO.iuin Hoops of Ihn National
nuard III l-Vderal service, A huge per
centage I. either on the border now or
l-'lrst Vermont HckIiiiciiI ltenehc
I limit- I'n.a,
Kviii.k Pass, Tex,, .Inly 2,- -The l-"l r-t
lltgliuelil of the Vermont National 1 Sua d,
Col, Ira lleeves commanding, arrived nt
Kagle Pass lo-day and wenl Into camp
Tlie first battalion arrived about 1
o'clock anil ,wa. followed by the oth.ir
train section, at Interval, of about an
ON GAMP WHITMAN
Provost Guard Kept Busy
Hiindlintr Great Crowd of
CITY PRICKS NOW PRKVA Ih
Cami- Whitman. Oiiebn Havkn, N. V
July 2 Tho biggest crowd of visitor
the little town of Heeknun has ever
seen lncc the first Inhabitant was born
poured In to-day from ?unrlse to lato
afternoon. They emtio nfoot and lu
automobile. In an endlc. stream that I
choked the dusty lo-ul. for .nlle-i about,!
every one with a i! -.gle aim to seek nut '
a certain khaki clad tnllillarian In that
preat city of tenia and bring him a touch j
of home. i
It would be Impossible tn eatlmate'the I
number who came. Some one suggested i
8,000, but tho tired provost guard on '
duty near tha entrance to tho camp
swore there were at least a million. It ',
was no ca.y matter for those who did
get here. There Is no spot In New York
Stato more Inaccessible than Ileekman.
If there were the nnwers that selected I
the camp site would have chosen It.
The visitor, who owned their own
cars were fortunate, for they came di
rect from their home, without eliango
or delay beyond that which tho c in
gestion caused. Those les fortunate
euffered greatly. There are no early
Sunday train. Into Hickman, and only
one late one.
I-'lve hundred New Verker. seeking
relative. In the Sixty-ninth. Tenth nt.d
other units left the tlrand Central Sta
tion at 7 :.',7 o'clock th' morning and
found themselves dumped off at Heaioli,
many mile. away, with milling between
them and their detlnntlnn save two
mntlinnten Cnnlpnl X'.tii Cnfflriiiil ,inq,.l,..
due to start In an hour, and thee only !
running as far as llm'ewetl Junction,
six miles from Cnirrti Whitman. Some
of the fiOn hired Jitney buses at out
rageous prices; oilier, waited for
train and arrived In ea up about HUpr-i
time after having walUe I 'n from llopi
well. .Native. ie Wise.
Kvery man who ownei'an nuteinobll.
or anything that could n ivlgate throuitli
the dust that lay hub deep everywhere
reaped a fortune. The infixes- hav? heen
educated In the last we. Ii. They have
learned that a New Vo Kfr will pay ?l
for a lilted mans nn-a'. hecau-e it 'v.'l
cost hlin Jin to be driven to the millet
hotel VNitor to camp vho ipiss lb
train home usually sle r on the Moot
of some farmhouse at ltltz-Cit lion
The Tenth Iteolment had to Increase
lis provost guard until there wa a man
every twent-Hve feet almi-- the road!
keeping tin vehicle moving in two
line. At that tin cilf-h f xtended tlw
m!e in flther direction and an einiate
of the number of automobiles may
gained from the report of one news
papeiman who paswd nlnetien bre,l
dnwns on his way Into camp. Theie
were many minor collision and acci
dents due to the Jim. but to one via
hurt save one woman, who had a bruised
III ger treated at tin- hnsplt.il lent.
All through til- day giiird-ineu walked
the daisy whitened Held. with their het
girls by their sides. They bought lie
cieam cones and soda water at the
stands, they wire Untyped by the Itiner
ant photographers, and It only needed
tlie sound of surf and the call of the
hall.vh.oo man to make the -.-cue a n-pllci
of Coney 1st md. In many of the real-
neiits th- company mess was extended 1 i
the visitors, and the sight of a guard
mm and his friend squatting on the
gras around one heaping meat tin wa
common. The city folk learned what
war chow like anil th-y found It really
does not conist of hvrdla. k ami beans.
Xloraeiitliou ii I Isllnr.
Ilenrv Morgenlliaii. former Aral i-
dor to Tiitkev. was one of Ibe visitor
calling on Col. Conley of the Slxtv -iiltilli
He explained that hi call was pnrelv a
personal one, but the camp iiiuinr had
it that In- had come because Ihe Colonel
telephoned him last night, when ihe new
tlist broke that Iln- Irish teilmenl wa
not to go to Urow nsvllle, ami nglsier-'d
a vigorous protest. Whether Preldent
Wilson' light band man will ue hi In
fluent to have the leglmeiit tailed Is
nut known, but the vety Ibotighl wa
tbeerlllg lo II inembeis.
Ilrt-vt t 111 Ig lli'ii. IMuanl I'ufli. foi -imilv
Colonel of the SIMv-nltilh. tann
in camp a few minutes holme the Am
bassador The lieu of Ids toinlig
leached Ihe Irish lads long before h"
appeared, and ("apt. Kdward Lilly it
Company A ordered a gu.it d of lion.ir
turned out for him. It wa n eompi .
incut that brought a suspicion mistiness
to the straight standing little old mm.'
eves. He spent a happy day talking ovei
obi times with the olllcei who h i I
eci ved under htm and with Pathcr Puiri,
Ihe reglmentnl chaplain.
Jeremiah A. 0'I.enry, president of the
American Truth Society, and a former
captain In the regiment, r.imo with hi
wife and five-year-old son, Hobett Km
met. Heyond doubt the Sixty-ninth I sore
because It I not to co southward at
once. Although none of the olllcer wl'l
say anything, Ihe men talk plainly and
ihe trend of their comment Is, as .one
brawny private put It :
"Here we've been here the first one
and we've dug ditches and laid pipe. and
done all the rest of the work of dav
laborers. Some of us had .'. a da
Jobs and have hail to give them up to
come here. We would do It gladly If it
meant lo serve our country, but we
don't tellsh making sin h a sacrifice
merely to sweat for the Stale"
Part of the field bakery at Whitman
I alo lo go to Ihe border to.iuonow
I'p to now there has In en a shortage
of bread. The Tenth Heglmcnt, sup
posed to get 1.700 pound, a dav, has
been drawing only .100 and the men
arc wondering how much they will get
In future. The Pioneer Hattallnn of Col.
Lucas's Knglncers Is expected to start
south about Wednesday. Col. Andrews
of the Second Infantry went tn New
Voik to-day and It 1 understood In,
coerced the officers nt tin- army building
Into providing complete ci(ulpment for
his rookies, which will be on hand to
moriow. Letter Cnrrlcrs Pnlrlollc til vers. (
The New Vork Letter Carriers' Asso-
latlon, a branch of the national oiganl
xatloti, voted yesterday to raise a fund
of 12, .MM for Hie purpose of caring for
the families of its member, who are In
National (Ilia I'd regiments that have been
culled for active service. j
It-racy l'leld Hospital xrrlli-s 11 1 '
Doi'ill..VH. Aria., July 2. The tlrst of
the militiamen fi-am distant States
ii-aclied Douglas late to-day. Thee con. 1
slsied tir ficni iinepiial and Ambulance .
Company No. 1 of New Jersey. iil. 1
tlfuial guardsmen are expected to-night, j
Ml.. l.le lo Wetl Trtioprr. (
Dr. and -Mte, Alexaiulci l.ylc of ut
.MadiMUi nveiuie tut vo announced t n in
gagcnutil of llndr daughter, Miss 1,1
belh Moore l.ylc, lo Sidling II Ivison,
sou of Ihe laic Mi. and Ml. Ilenii
Ivison, .Mr Ivison is a member of Tioup
D, Siiinilrnii A, now encamped at Van
Cortlandt Park. No flats fur the wed
ding ha. been fltad.
MEXICAN WOMEN TO
FIGHT AGAINST U. S.
Cii ii fl ii iff from Flrnl Tdor.
lion of the region, altn.-ked the aban
doned Fort Hancock and 'ho delachmnt
of United State, troops nt that poln .
The troops, being small ttt number, wet a
unable to follow Immediately and by thu
time they could reach tho Hlo Qrandu
the bandits, had escaped.
Tho Lieutenant rommandlnc did not
consider Ills force sulllclently large to
rlk battle with the bandit, and n pos
slble command of Carranzlsta. reported
In the Immediate vicinity, hence h.
hatted hi. force at the International
Order. Prom tlell.
Capt. Klllnge nnd hi. force were
ordered to the scene with Instruction,
from lien. Hell, commanding the Ameri
can patrol district, lo "go In" If ho
thought he coiil- punish the bandits and
recover the horses stolen In Texas. The
Captain crossed with his command Im
mediately mi reaching the bcciiu of tho
Capt. Kltlnge penetrated about tin
inlli Into .Mexico and Just at dusk Mat
unlay found that the bandits had doubled
back cast. The troops relumed to r-'ort
Karly Sunday morning they made a
new fitart, thia time headltK for a valley
known to be the rendezvous of a band
who recently had routed a small force of
thu de facto troops. Lieut. Hodman But
ler with Troop C surrounded the bandit.'
gathering place, hut they had fled when
he arrived. The cavalry ri turned to l-'ott
New. from (Icn Pershing', line re
ported the Carranza troops fpilto close
at points, but tho line In not threatened
so far a. known. The Mexicans have
thrown a heavy garrison into Nainlfiulpa,
the former Pershing base, sitit-c Iln
American army abandoned the place to
movo back north and most of the Cur-
anza fin ccs whlih look possession of
San Antonio nnd Hntcvo, further south,
as (Ion. Pershing moved out, have como
to Namlriulpa and vicinity, It Is asserted,
evidently for tho purpose of offering ob
jection to any attempt of tho American
lo iftiirn south.
ItepnrtH have been received of a clou
call limn battle Willi I'lirianlnlas o u
small touimaud mulct Llt-iit James Ord.
Sl.xth l'nlted State. Iiif.ihtty, near
Namlqiilpa lecentl.v, when the Car
ranzlstas arrested the Lieutenant'. Mexi
can guide iitiil threatened to execute him
After a pal ley ibo guide was released on
the Lieutenant's promising to itir.uc hi
He was largely outnumbered by the
Cm raulsliis. who told him If he con
tlnueil his Journey In the direction he
Was going he would be llred upon.
Meantime (hev wuc holding hi native
guide as a Iraltor. tlueaieiilng him Willi
ilcalh. When the Lieutenant agreed to
ictiaet- his steps his gilido was luleascd.
SEVENTH WINS RAGE
Reals Hie Seventy-fiil New
Vork in Ihe .:i7l Mile
s Antonio, July The famous
Sev fiith. lieglment. New- Vork National
liiitril, reached lliow nsv lite rlrt. thereby
winning the r,,re of L',37 I mile from New
Vork to the horde, trom the S-vetity-ltr-t
The two rcsliiicrit left the city of sk.v
irapers Tuesdaj and arrived In San
Antonio S.ituiday and Mrownsville to.
tla.v. Then- was a stop of forty minutes
and off again. The Seveny-tlrt ar
rived nis i over the Mlsourl, Kansas and
Tlx is a few minutes to II o'clock, but
had to May over until after noon. -
The Seventh' trains vvt-tc of solid day
i-ii-ln ami tan In two sections. There
w.rc f.n-tj .nine ear, tmi including tin-ilni-e
b.iL-ca.-i t-ais with ammunition,
seven gondolas and their box car with
hnre.. Theie were l.i'ilx men and Ji
The Seventv -tlrt eame in four special
ti mis. Ilfteen can to eai h. This regl
n.t t ha I.l'.'iO men .md ttlt- rs
f-.l W f l'ik of the Seventh, after
he and h-s still had In en set v ed lun.-hi-nn
.it nie of (lie hotel-., s.llll Sail AlltOUlo
was the II-hi stop wliei,. a while nian'--
lileal.r.lst mild I itlJiiVfl! liefoie leav
ing New Vork Col. I'lsk saw Hint all Ihe
s tinlw n lie Ktllile weie bought
lie and others in aiillmiiiy re. ill. -1
that the jniiiiiev by tla coach nieint
living mi ciinned beans and oiher c dd
'"I until limn iisv-IIIh was leached
ISlHIW NSV II I.K, Tex., July J A liew
'mm, ill giiet.il Ihe airival at .MKlnii
anil McxIImi to. day of seven speri.'l
tiams c.-ir-ytn the New Vork sN'alinnal
flu nd Tin- Seventh and Seveiit.ilit
lieginit ills stmiped at McAlleu and two
battalion of III" I'linMr -nlli at .Mlesioti.
The troop, tired from their long trip,
but all In good condition, gave round
after round of .-beers 111111 their arrival
at camp Tln-v were put to work at onte
floating the camp site of the heavy
growth of ines.inte The men. many of
whom up lo ten tla.v s ago were molt- fa-
miliar with stock ticker and oillce para- I
phcrnaliti than with axe mid grub hue, '
fell to wt rk with a will, and b the time
ether ib'tni'linn-nt had unloaded the tent
age and camp tiiilpmi-nt the site wasi
tendy for occupancy.
While movements of troop train are
eotiocah ti, It is expected that the re
maining troov of the New Vork division
will reach camp hv Tuesday night.
Incision heailiii.uetrs have In en pre
pared at Mi Alien, awaiting the ariiv.il '
of Majoi Hen n'llvnn.
N. Y. GUARD CAMP SITE BURNS. ,
I'luirr, Third llrlmttle llt-nditinr-
tcr, cnrs Wiped Out.
llnnwNsvn.t.H, Ter . July 2 -The busi
ness seillnu of I'luirr, sixty mile nnith
of Itron nsvllle, heaibiunrter for the
Hilrd Urigatle of the New Votk National
nuard. was practically wiped out by
the, siartlng at 2:30 o'clock this morn
ing The llie I said to have been of
Army equipment for the New Vork
guard that arrived last night wa some
tllstance fliini the lire and was not dam
aged A latge shipment of fresh meal
intended for the commissary, stored lu
a butcher shop, was lost.
Arm men admitted that It would be
no surprise, to Iheni If dynamite and Un
worn ucd more or less extensively at
different point, along the border lo
hamper Ihe movement of the guardsmen
ACCUSED GUARDSMAN FREED.
Clinruc ( liiiimcd I'rom llmulao
John T. Trcadwell of a a Hi Hi 0.1 d win.
llie National liiiaiilsiuan who was at
tested 011 a clinrgit of durglary fiatuiday
night when lie wii. dlneovored attempting
In enter the home of l-'rank f'lUgernhl,
1211 West Twentj-llist slteel, had I1I1
elmiao chantjcd to disorderly conduct
anil wa tl si-haigcil bj Magistrate Levy
in .liTersmi Market Court e.tertl.ij.
Tic.nlwcll, veil Iigliniid trows f,,r
llrow nsvllle tn.day, was In uniform when
ariested. Ho lold the court he. wa. In-'
loxicateo anu mimooK fr'Uagi-iald'a dome
for Id. own.
Corporal Cooke Is Caught by
Mexicans at Water Hole
and Taken to Juarez.
TELLS HOW HE ESCAPED
Kb Paso, Tcx., July 2. Another sur
vivor of the Carrlzal fight wa. found to
day. He Is Corporal K. X. Cooke of K
Troop, Tenth Cavalry, who wa. brought
Into Juarez thl. afternoon from Villa
Ahumada and placed In prison,
flen. l-'ranclsco tjonzales, Juarez com'
tnander. wired to (ten. Jacinto Trcvino
at Chihuahua city for Instruction., and
It Is probable Cooke will be turned over
to the Ameileati authorities to-morrow.
After escaping at Carrlzal, Cooke said,
he wandered, without food and with 11
broken right nrm. for four days, lived
several more on the hospitality of Mex
ican ranches and then pushed nut 11I0110
Tor the American base, only to be eap
luied at a water hole. lie wa. brought
Into Villa Ahumada yesterday afternoon
and put on a train lu the evening for
Despite his Aintrlr.m uniform and
bandaged nrm, hi appearance caused
no hostile demonstration. In Villa Ahu
mada, and not even curiosity In Juarez.
Mexican olllolals ald thl. statement was
confirmed by Cooke.
One tit I'lrst Mint llmin.
"1 was shot tlow 11 in the very begin
ning of Ibe light," Corporal Cooke .aid.
"I crawled back, with my arm dragging,
to a ditch and .lipped down into It.
There I met Corporal (jueen. The cor
poral undid his emergency bandage and
liound up my nrm. I then went back to
where th" hore holders hail been, and
couldn't see ,m body, so I strut k out for
the place vviieie wc had ramped the night
"I saw only five men ln bad b.en
shot flown, but some one I Cap!
Itoyd was killed The n-i killed
and ea;itlireil I. a surprise
"I re.ti-lied our old 0.1 11 - ground
nhoul l'..1o o'clock In the .,1. ma, nint
eitidf. around there until u'i luck .it
1 ght, expty-tliig my command to as--t
niblt- there. No, sir, 1 didn't Intend
to surrender, 1 Intended to get back to
our base at I-Vtlerli-.
"l-'or four days I wandered around,
trying to work niv way back the way
ne came, but I got on the wrong trail.
"I didn't get a bite to cat those days
nnd had hard work finding water, of
course. I did m) travelling at night and
hid In the mctUltc lu the day. There
were plenty of coyotes howling around
at night, but I never aw even a rattle
snake lu Hie l;iy t me.
" I illdVt know any Spanish I felt
doubtful about showing nivtlf Hut I
got so weak fioin to of Id I and my
aim xva swollen and painful, nnd tm
food, that finally, while 1 was looking
for water. I saw 11 ,i xlcan at a well
watering mule- nnd, believe me, be
looked griod even If be w is .1 Mexican
"iln mv wanderings I hid picked up
a Mexican da. waiei bottle and tin
tlrst thing I did at the will vvi to erupt.
the bottle six times. When the Mexican
gol over his iislnulshmi lit 1 made sign
tor vhow,' So he led me ovt r to the
Well Treated nt flnnch.
"Theie were the men, three women
and live kids lu the bouse, and tin
women gave mi vunie bean. Afterwanl
I lept. They all treated me Just as
lih-e a If I had been one of their own
soldier-. Tiny knew about the. light, but
I colli-' oiilv point to my arm and say
ill. 1 Ahum. id. 1 ' I -tajed uboilt four or
live tla.v. Dining tli.it time the Mex
cans batlnd my aim In hot water ami
1 educed Ibe swelling, but I wanttd ,
diietoi to s't the bone So I stiuck out
again acios the , lest i t.
"After crossing about live miles of
desert my water ran ntn. so I turned
back, lb-sides', I was won ltd about niv
alin. I wasatranl of ln-nu h i n In those
Pints, but I toiihliit Mm! any tlrlnkuig
plate an, at last win- .limn In ,1
water hole While I wa tlnnkni. a
t'arr.tn-i ca v. tl r.v 111 in cane up and led
no- li.uk to 11 1. mill. We ivcri about
twelve mile b-li.v Villa Ahiiinatla. I
"The snMier it as going lo lake me in
hv train, but we Inuml Hint the train
had gone when wo cot to the st ih--i 1
he suhllei got a hoi se and We nub over
to tilt- town Theie the) I L't llie 11,
t'n- milltaiv tiiaitis nun! the lii.u.z
Main left I cann up to.lu.utz w.'h t.
-oliliei and a ii'tiplt ot Jlexi. 10 f.mi 1
111 ,1 lux cat Th- soldier and all tin
Mexi. iin I nn I Mealed nn- kludlv, and
I haven't any nplalnt -m lh.it s- 01.
but It will seem good 10 get back with
in outfit and M.ihcd up and fed and
iu. :irnt set 1 Ighl "
Cooke cnlisieil fioin New Vork city.
He has Helved sl.x cars in the artnj
III ntum 1 educe the number of
Mneil.-an de id fir missing at Carrl.il to
I'iiii Illinois llaltiillons nt iin
San Anionio. Tex.. July Z The tlr-t
two battalion of the Second lllinnl- In
fanlr.v. Iieaibiuarter mid band, 111 riving
lu San Anion 0 ,aily Sunday inotnmr
went nun cainp at l-'oit Sam Houston
The Thud It illation was due I,, arrivi
late The Snood Kiina Infan'rv, e"
mute to llagle Pas. '. lo pa-. throng!'
San Antonio shoitlv after nildng.it
Committee, fl'illl It . ill women. 01
giuu.alloiis met mam of the incoming
Kiiaidsmcn mil served them coffee and
siiidwlchts Hepri sctilalvvs of the It. .1
(')iiss also patt'i Ipali-d In the lerept.nti
The lied Cros Soiiet.v has established
1I1 pot heaihniaili-r here and rcpio-cc.
L.tlves of Ihe V. M. C V have made
It illative .11 1 nngcnient. for iepies.-nt.i-1
11111 lu i-vi-ii luUaih- - amp and 111 many
01 the smaller camps
WOMEN TO AID GUARDSMEN.
llfinlionrlcr In He nt Home of
Mr.. IIuiIi-ii (iotlel.
committee of ihe American D. f,-i
Sooletv, to care for dependent familes
of National 1 liiarilsiiun and to furii'sh
lied Cross supplies, known a Ihe Worn
en's Supply Cointntliee, ha been or
ganized, and will begin work at once,
with hi-atliUaiici at the home of Mrs
f;ilen iloelet 4 Wist f'ortv -ninth sti t
Mis. Will am Cuniniinqs Story, 1 li.nr
man of the Women's National liuai-l
Committee of the soiliiv. returned last
night fiotu a vlst t- i-evir.tl up-St .tc
elncs. where he cnl ted prominent
women 111 tin work Mis. llellielt 1,01. g
end.vke will be 111 iti.irgc a T'ov an I
Mrs, M A Wright a' Merit in cv lie
Lake Hopatcong $1
Tomorro'. INDEPENDENCE DAYjuly4
AND EVERY SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY
tt . W.Mi St.. .S3; 1 1. Ubeiir 9-00
L. Jickisn Ate., Jeieer Cii. 9.17 l.m.
I.e. BtoiJ fl., hewerk. 6 AO a n.
9i lltntPfllBtliCt oal, JIM Ml
L. W, tU tl., .:0; Librnr l , 8.30
Lf.lickMii At.,lefiff Clir.S.47
Lv. (itii Ii., Krtoaik, S.1J a.f.
HARD COAL NO ftMOKI OCMPORT
CROWDS FILL PARK
TO GREET SOLDIERS
Battery II Will Leave To.fl5
Mrs. Sajre (Jives Auto
to Squadron A.
MAYOIt AMONG VISITORS
One of the largest crowd, that
visited Van Cortlandt Park went th.r
yesterday to seo the member, of th"
National Guard encamps, The person
who went by subiay, trolley and auto
mobile were estimated by the police) to
total from ISO.000 to :0,fiOf).
There vvero no troop movement., but
It was reported thai the lemalnder ot
Iho Klrst Cavalry and Sitiadron A would
be ordereil out to-tlay or to-morrow.
The hitler Is ready to leave
lottery II of the Pirst Weld Artillery
will break rump al dawn till, mornlnc
and will entrain al Votikcrs. The regi
mental olllcer. departing at tho ame
lime nro I.Icut.-Col. Merrltt 11. Smith,
Major Ilohert P. Wadhanis. Adjutant
Harold I.awson, tjuartermaster Krancl
ltowne and Capt. Alvin II. Perry And
Major William It Wright went to Oov
emois Island yesterday and reported U
(!en. Wood that hi command need, only
n few more mounts. Tho horse, may b
tent to Texas or the squadron may waft
In ramp until they are provided.
Mayor .Mltelit-I visited the artillery
camp last night to say good-by to Col.
Smith and other frit-lulu.
The pet leopaul mascot of Squadron A,
ha. lost his Job. lb- took a fancy tf
biting camp visitors, and after the third
orfence he was dishonorably discharged,
lu his place two yoiug goats have been
-Midler xttend litirch.
Nn.'dlers who wished to attend church
' tiid.iy recelv.il paves of absence. A
niiiulie, itttiub-fl ma- - al '. ..10 and 'M
o i-loca ve.-tenl.v morning I'ich com
t . . of both ai'tilli-iy and cavalry had
a slorl drill and tin; men were left at
liberty to do .11 thev pleased for tha
remainder of the 1I.1J
Quartet master DudlVy M Cooper, hi.
quartermaster sergeant, AlU-yn Hall. 3d,
of Squadron A , Adjutant llooriey Mar
tin and Capt samjel MiColtough, head
surgeon, enjoyed in the olllcer." met
lent a menu of toiist la. nb, stewed corn,
mushed potatoe. u.-c pudding, cake and
Mrs. lltissell Sag" ha given an auto
mobile to the quarle rmaster's denatt
merit of the squadron Tho chauffeur It
Jerry Slncutn, whose father. Col Slocum.
was In command at Columbus. N. M
when lli.i t. bandits raided the town
I in i-iilurj for I. . Takra.
fifth' r of the l-'lrsi l av tlry took nn
Inventory or their accoutrements for Hut
War Department. Co!, fiiarles I. De.
Ilevols.-, In command of thl. regiment, la
still In enmp it Van Cortlandt Park, al
though two-tb ids of in men ,ue on
then w -iv to T,-xa
foi. II II Hog. is of the Klrst 'Arlll
lerv 1 liuii.ving home from Japan to
t -lie I'omiuaiid .Mii'l nf that reglnint
has also stai lid lor th- border, e-ol,
iefuvc A. W.ngite fit the Second Artil
lery was aviii.v from camp csterday.
The Second docs riot t-.xpi -l marching
order before to-morrow or Wednesday
and poihap not define the end of tho
wtek. Lack of trained dorses hx-s. de
layed the movement. M .py of the ne-v
horses have hail to b. shut us a lesiilt of
the injuries it- eived In being broken In.
Th Food-Drink for all Agets
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder forrf).
1 For jnfnt,involidstsdgrowingchildren.
rurenutrmon. upbuilding th whole body.
Invigorate, nurtine motheri "d ttt aged.
More nourishing thin tea, coffee, etc.
Substitutes Cott YOU Same Prica
I.SVurjrf Outint "Duds'l
Tennis Shirts, 98r
Vlerterlfed A del ltd,
I ollK ft Mlort Mccie.
dray Flannel Shr
si. in, i. in, i.rn
Silk Shirts, $3.
Kh.ti Shirt.. 59c & 93
Leather Belli, 50c & M
Rlck, Tan and While
Khski Trnuvtrt, JI.OO
Ourk Trnuiert, $1.00. SI.;
Palm Beach "Panti," $1.5
Jj Vtiii'e I lannel trousers, 2.9t!
Moo lUhmg Suits, S'.i'J, Si.i'J
PrcfcMiitna1 jut Herniation luJth.
ill Ceiri 't.'fn nn! I'antu Raritis.
, Celebrntiot of the 110th Annivcr
I Fary of American Independence
Tomorrow, July 4, 10 A.M.
Orand Sachem JOHN' R. VOORHIS
BAYNE'S GStb REGT. BAND
TUK TAMMANY C, LKK CLUB
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AeJmitiion Without Ticket.
Boxri reaerved for ladiet.