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Ajj C3br.il, Commander
Troops, Makes De
IjJLj for Surrender
REAVE THE PLACE
''JMflor Gonzales of Chi
(jjffuPut to Death, Ac
SKyio Story Told by
Sfcicans at Juarez.
BSfaTof federal forces
Gasj-mas, (he California
iE? ;! Ja southern Sonora, of
jEfe insurgent state today dfl
teKiJun tie campaign against
fcKjfujsu, the only remaining
tJEntas in tho north. Aft or
Kjjfol Ojeda at Naco on tho
Eter&, and Colonel Moreno at
j; American mining settlo
Ek tie border, nil availablu
TjBfcp ill bo rushed against
A nt report today that 4000
JEti fr Pacific coast points to
Etks'lOOO federals already
Ej,till occasion creat liasto in
B L- Jiorihoni campaign.
cKjcuuXaco nor Cananca now
iE'&u than 50 fcdorals, nearly
E troops mobilized today at
""Elnj between Cananca and
HU in Command.
iHp Oregon, head of all stnto
Kwitferwoal command of the
fyjpfa& moved on thrco trains
HaSi 3pplic5 of foodstuffs and
fPBfes tiro fiold pieces and a
UKt sicMco guns. Leaving
fjBijtjjcriJily to his internal prob
'BffrtTtctiDj desertions over the
tfBiiio Arizona, it was decided
B'ttUtk Cananca, iuunodiately
tiH lj nil against Naco.
w ttite trootis are mobilizing
jjHfe'Sttom railway, just north
MU, to prevent aiiy suldcn
HUk federals against llenno
BUtc capital. But not until
Ptra. campaign is completed
Bm.U organized to oppose any
jH ijvaoce of Ilucrta troops.
MiUe authorities must guard
frontier. While Gener
jMfe tunot leavo tho vicinity of
iHfeMty becamio of activity of
Hulisis to tho south of him,
Bjl, thai other cx-insurrecto
HliolJoty Antonio Jtojas, who
IHptl western Sonora.
Kfwii,?." consula-f agent and
JTnojlllo, probably will be
iBiKr ..t0 x8"les, Sonora.
IK. p.1 ie PP'tal, mid the rald
Jie fconora. of which
lKhL ?rc,!ldent and manager.
Kru vcmire Mul,er had wit-
C r11 ? "ubduo the So
IKT M in other ways showed
IKwhrv2riS of, diplomatic
aS e?, a securing the
w unconditional release,
Kifer., March 21. Mexicans
fcfvfrom the "otftras
Kt ""V wero part of a flrinc
-MEhihuahua under the
BitoS' a,frtnight ago.
'BSiSVCrnor' bis self-Pro-MfirtMew
say, was fcUled be-
Vt n yevolutioaary
JgQTcrunr was sop-
arated from six other prisoners and
alone iu a single car, drawn by an on
gine, was hurried south. At a quiet
place north of Torrcon ho was romoved
from tho car and shot, say tho men,
who admit being present.
Gonzales has been missing since his
removal from Chihuahua nearly throe
weeks ago. Me was one of tho most
prominent promoters of tho Madero
revolution. Gonzales wis well known
among American cattlemen before tho
rovolution, being ji cattle broker of
Chihuahua, ilo was educated at Xntro
Dnnic nnivr ity, South Bond, Jnd.
CANANKA, ,lox., March 21. A de
mand for tho surrender of this
placo was received todav by Col
onel Moreno of the federal gar
rison here. Jt eumo from Colonel Ua
bral. commniidiny the state forces, now
mobilizing a, Del Hio, midway between
Cananca and Naco, on the border.
Cabral said hc would attack in the
morning and recommouded that all
womon and children be romoved from
the place. Automobiles continue to
hnrrv the noncombatant? to tho border
at Bisbco and Douglas, and before the
time of the I lireatened'attad; all wom
en - and children will have been re
moved. Salazar Undecided.
WASHINGTON". March 21. Incs Sal
nznr, one of the robe) chicfi; In norlhnrn
Mexico, accnis undocldcti whothnr he will
Vast his fortune with ihe Iluerla forces
or with the factions still n arms against
them Meanwhile Juarez lb reported un
disturbed. General Salazar Is allowing
railroads to be repaired and trains are
running In and out of Juarez.
The revolutionists Pcreyea and Con
trerns, according to reports from Du
ra ngo, have abandoned Cucncnmc and are
said to be In retreat to thu north. Du
rantco is quiet, but without railroad com
munication. Villa Sends Defi.
15f, PASO. Tex.. March 1. "Dear
Senor Don General Antonio Rabago-
"you have asked for mv extradition
from the United States. I am now iu
Mexico. Gome and kcL me."
This was the message received hero
today from ljranclsco Villa, a former
Madero Insurrecto general. lie wrote
from San Andres. In the Guerrero dis
trict west of Chihuahua city, the atnte
capital, where General Antonio Rabao
is located with some 2000 federal troops.
Villa, with a few followers, entered the
field In Chihuahua state from 131 Paso,
where he bad sojourned since his escape
from Mexico City. He had been Impris
oned at the national capital by order of
General Huerta, now provisional presi
dent. Jose Inez Salazar. another Madero cx
tnsurrncto leader, is reported to have se
cured a concession in Casas Grandcs dis
trict, southwest of Juarez. Salnzar'a
troops will occupy Casas Grandes on the
withdrawal of nil federal soldiers. He
will be made military governor of the
Tepic in Revolt.
MEXICO CITY. March 2L Martin
Espinos, .iefc politico of Tepic, has re
belled and all the ruralos of Topic have
joined him. This brand now and un
locked for revolt will add tremendous-I3-
to Mexico's troubles.
Muller Still Held.
NOG-ALES, Ariz.. March 21. Max
Muller, German eonsular agont at Hor
mosillo, is held by authorities at the
stale capital, despite activity of Ger
man and American diplomats.
While Muller has been released from
nail, he is said to bo held a prisoner at
Will Attack Guaymas.
GUATMAS, Mex.. March 21. It ivas
said officially today that -100 federal
troops will arrive hero Monday to pro
ceed against the Insurgent state au
thorities at Hcrmoslllo. The troops will
como by steamer from Manzanllio, where
they embarked from tho neighborhood
of Mexico City. Already about 1000 fed
erals are garrisoned here.
By International News Service.
MEXICO CITY, March 21. Nows
reached here tonight that the state of
Carnpcchc, in the. southern part ol Mexi
co, has formally seceded from the Mexi
can government. A separate form of
government has been set up to conduct
the affairs of the state under the new
conditions. It is believed here that the
adjoining spates of Yucatan, Chiapas,
Tabasco and Quintana ltoo will join the
movement and form a separate republic.
SULZER AND WHITMAN
CONFER ON THAW CASE
By International News Service.
AL.BA.NY. K. Y., Marcn 21. The Thaw
bribery scandal and the pollco situation
were discussed at length last nlsht by
Governor Sulzer and District Attorney
Whitman of New York county In a pri
vate conference at the People's house.
There was no political significance in
Mr. Whitman's visit, said the governor
today. "Our talk related to official busi
ness. We went over the Thaw case very
carefully. Nobody will be spared and
Thaw will be called to testify. Whether
we can convict the men who figured In
tills case remalna to be seen, but Mr.
Whitman has agents to get at the truth
which 1 do not possess. The police
situation was touched upon Incidentally."
v Reform Law Approved.
LINCOLN". Kol).. Mnrch 21. The tilll amending
And making opor.illvo the Initiative, anil referen
dum lnw. adopted iik a caiiRtltutluiial am end men t
nt ilie Nos'cmbcr election, ttos approved thin attor
noou by the Nebraska liouce. Thn ntnr.ndments are
supplumeiital to the nev,- law.
2 Easter Put on a
HL Men and Yung Men
NPPMTP'C 25 EAST
MCai i 3 THIRD SOUTH
liE TJX Lffl IS
Two Per Cent on Excess of
Incomes Over $4000 May
Be lhe: Outcome.
MUST SUPPLY DEFICIT
Reduction of the Tariff Duties
Means Loss of $150,000,
By International News Sen-Ice.
WASHINGTON Mnrch 21. A 2 per
cent tax may be levied by congress on
the excess of incomes over '1000 a year
undor the authority of the new income
This means that a congressman with
his salary of $7fi00 a year would have
to pay to tho government in personal
taxes 2 per cont on SU500, or $70 a
.year. The man -with an income of
$7000 a year would have to pav $60.
Thu Vaudcrbilts and Astors with
their .$100,000 incomes will pay $1920.
A man with a. check account drawing
2 per cent would have to surrender all
of his interest ocr the minimum to
Corporations arc taxed 2 per cenl on
their net profit under the existing law.
Thin tax has yielded tho government
a special revenue of $27,000,000 a year.
This roveuuo will bo lost under the gen
oral income tax law.
Chairman Underwood of the ways
and means committee conferred today
on the question of the rate to bo
charged with lieprosontativc TTull of
Tennessee, who is assigued to the duty
of writing the new income lux law.
Must Supply Deficit.
Tt is feared that tho cute in tho cus
toms duties contemplated under the new
tariff rates will result in a loss of
revenues excoeding $150,000,000. The
income tax must supply t.ho deficit.
Figuring as carefully as ho can, Mr.
Hull cannot see revenues exceeding
$100,000,000 from a lpor cont income
tax on incomes iu excess of $5000. The
$00,000,000 loss to tho treasury must
bo made up from the iiiiconic tax. .Ei
ther the income lax rate must be in
creased from to 2 per cent on- in
comes over a $4000 or $5000 oxemption
or there must be a graduated tax run
ning from one-half of 1 per cent tax
on incomes in excess of $1000, increas
ing gradually to the 2 per cent tax on
large incomes, or ihcro must be a tax
in excess of 1 per cent on incomes with
exemption running down to $1000 or
$2000 a year.
May Become Unpopular.
It developed ae the conference today
that over3' effort would bo put forth
by the tariff framers to prevent the
administrative features of the income
tax law from being unnecessarily in
quisitorial. It is feared that the law
may become obnoxious and its repeal
ibo demanded by the people. An cx
jeessive tax is feared for a like rea
son. Tho entire question is io be put up
to tho Democratic house caucus to be
hold possibly on April 8. The income
tax bill will be submitted with the
tariff bills, but tho Democratic leaders
will insist that tho income tax bill
bo considered in the house after tho
tariff bills have been passed.
At the "Republican caucus to be held
April 5 the tariff is lo be discussed.
Tho Republicans will be at a disadvan
tage in that they will not know then
what the Democratic measure will con
tain. J?cpublicmi: Leader Mann an
nounces that ho will not attempt to
delay Democratic action on tariff re
vision, because of the Democratic ma
iority'in both houses and senate. The
Bull 'Moose and the Progressive Repub
lican factions will hold separate cau
cuses. Representative Victor "Murdoch
is being urged for Progressive loader.
Prima Donna "Would Throw
Bricks if Necessary to Help
I3y International News Service.
BOSTOIT, March 21. Mmc. 2sTordica,
tho prima donna, discussed militant
suffragism in a frank mnnner today,
"ii I thought I could help the cause
of woman suffrage by going out and
throwing a brick through a window or
adopting anv other militant tactics, I
would do it." she said, "but I believe
iu a woman being feminino and making
heraoif as attractive as possible. By
always looking her best she gains more
points- And I do not approve of man
nish dress." ...
Talking seriously, she wont ou
"Wo would do well to adopt some
of their tactics, you know," smiled
Nordica "iuasmuch as they have
never dono anything but win us lots
"f think if T had tried again and
again to proscnt a petition and each
time the king turned his head the other
wav, 1 would pluck him by. the sleeve
after a while, and ivheu 1 saw that the
men of the country wore having their
petition considered while ours were re
jected, I would veuluro to pluck his
mnjestv by the ears. If that 'failed I
would "begin to throwf things and use
uieii's methods of fighting to start
WASHINGTON. March 21. Captain Ocorjjo V.,
White, Sixteenth Infantry. U detailed as Iniwector
of orBBliUeil mllltla of N'eW York ami vJ re
port to Governor Siilscr at Albany for iluly.
Captain 12- G. Peyton Iu iisslRUcd to the L'lzh
I The name of Mujor Wlllltm J- Snow. Third field
artillery. Ir pieced on the list of douched of
fleer and tho namn of Major C. W. II. Farr. flold
artillery. In removed therefrom and ho Is neslicned
to the Fifth nitlllcry.
Captains Edward C Uoinielly mid Norton K.
Wood now mtnehod to tho Stub flidd artillery,
ar aiialKlied to tho Third field artillery.
Colonel George Hell, Jr.. Infantry, unaulKned.
Is attached to the SUtctiitli Infantry.
ny Tntarnntlonal New Service. I
T,W YOIlK. March 31. The condition of II. K. 1
Kohlwat, proprietor of tho ChlrKO lntcr-Oceau.
who U 111 at thu Holland home, continues to
Improve. Ill phyMclana stated :hnt complete
rrcovory -rrill follow a fnwr wcel:a of real. Mrs.
Shoparil. a ilauchlor of Mr. Kohlsaat. arrived here
today from Chtcaco. and Mrs. rotter Palmer, Jr.
aaollier daughter, Is expected tomorrow.
I P Toilet Articles Established ms Toilet Articles I f
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f0c Mint Dcna face powder 25c Jr B M Sjii Jg -Mf jMm you find Auljrcy Sisters, Melba, ji
50c Veda Eouge 38c M M M M M M JtUm MLS Wr&F Alim Dena and other leading toilet I
25c Sanilol mouth wash 14c Jj Jm mJmrWr & mr preparations now so popular in com- 1 if
50c Listerinc 30c af.m tg.l t'ASS0 plcte assortments, als6 some very fine I X
Complete line of face powder, 4$ perfumes, among them Mary Garden I If
rouges and perfumes at lowest cut and Jacqucnot. Let our saleswomen I -J
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JF Beauty Triumphs in These Latest Arrivals. We st& I 'jf
tg&T would particularly like you to see our special dis- I
play of hats in the exquisite new creations. jj &ffc I
Wherever and whenever the smartest gowned women gather youf I ;
will see very many of the same style tendencies as distinguish 1 1
!w yr07' our hats. The fashions of the season are chaotic, wonderful, fas- h Igpl
wmnr ifet, cil3atin Whatever is best in the styles of the world has been a . gg&f'.il 1 1
wMIbIh fflM&8L. SiBseme for yoVL The inspiration for this spring's millinery I T
mW-' 3fePa:ris bas and very clever1 designed hats to our exclusive -Jk I :
I Wm 8Bstyles and WS- The inspiration for this spring's millinery fcff JmV 1 f
I My Ehas come from no one time-, period or place. It is a season of Jr I ij.
I nT (Jgpriciousness, refinement and becomingness. , n
I m SSS Charming hats for eveiybody, from sweei; sixteen to stately
j seventy, including a particularly fine selection at out special ;
Wf 1115 $5, $7.50, $10 and $is
t lf wffiit r ou mar sPen almost any sum cleai: up to $150.00. r.j;
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flowers for ta- Bulgarian, Persian, warp, . , , silver or gilt Women s Bool, Silk Hose, U i,
blc. Easter Lil- prints and stripes, values b, r , i frames, with coin purse black tan or white-, regu- U
,A Sleeves, knee length, $1.25 to match: $2.50 value, lar 50c value g-gj
ies, Azaleas, to 5c at-
Hydrangeas, f aygf I j
iS2r5ri' 29c 95c 5c S) I
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I Easter Sunday. :;,
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I Easter Offerings in Our Juvenile and Corset Departments I J
! BOYS' WASH SUITS GIEIS' EASTER DRESSES MME. IRENE CORSETS 1 iV
j With Knickerbockers, in white, trimmed In linen, pique challie or voile, Balkan, Tn white coutil, low bust, long hip, giv- Jf:
I with stnped blue and white or plain middy or waist styles, prices ing slender, graceful lines; in the new p .Jtj'
i blue, tan or blue and white stripes, made $2.00 to $15.00 imcorseted effect; every pair I'ittiHl by & jvtj
I -with sailor collar or plain. " GIRLS' COATS expert corsetieres jj fkfl $j (ul
Saturday $1.00. In oloth serge or fancy mixtures, Special price p3UU j,
BOYS' NEW SPRING CAPS trimmed with buttons, braid or velvet; JERSEY SILK PETTICOATS fj'(
in all the late visors new styles; prices ' In navy blue. Oopcnhagen, brown, white $o ffr
I ' 500 to $1.00 $6.75 to $18.00 ToATION DRAWERS 1
I BOYS' WOOL SUITS BOYS' KNICKERBOCKERS AND CORSET COVERS
In navy blue serge or mix- (hf In wool mixtures, ages 6 to 17 gQ Made of fine nainsook, daintily I rimmed with a '.'
I turcs, special $O.UU years, $1.25 to $1.50 values ifOC jjalfiom ''s, 'li
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Your New Easter L Pmess, Buttonless Dressing of Babies ;;
S(PGVTmitl' 'S Jy jiiSr dress baby without rolling him on his face, jjjfi I
I On Easter morning thou- JKtMBM without the use of pins, without buttons? It's S 1 'J! '
j sands and thousands Bmfff?Hk possible All this week, a demonstration of S 3
I VeU-dresse women BbI "'ana ens in charge ot. Mrs. Miller, a
constantly increasing num- rhTouW chTst E
g bcr of fashionable women T obs Perrin's La and abdomen is considered hygienic. W" lj 1 T-
I who will have no Easter . - lfK. 1 I -,:
gloves save Perrin's," Mure Kid Gloves wlth over- A Yatlt a Diaper Pattern Free WM
I who know that when they sewn seams and Paris point n umu iiupw tfci te'M 1 v":
I buv "Pemn's" gloves they embroidery backs. Buy The Vanta Diaper is as simple and easy M M a !
I arc buying the best. them here at, a pair. .$1.50 to make as the ordinary diaper. The free 0 H ;; "
1 Women's 2-clasp Kid Women's White 16-Button J)1atten shoJs yo" how- fhe qu ? ff" f I '
1 Gloves; overseam. 'Easter Glace Kid Gloves. An ex- thes.e 'eQ. a diaper patterns allotted to g g ,. j.
I special, per pair $1.25 tra Easter special, "s 1S. hml-bU,t hllc,they last' ?,De w11 1 - ;
1 White and tan. pair $2.95 be given absolutely free to every mother. '
a k(Dcmonstration m Archway, Aiam Jyloor.) m
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I Dress Accessories hor Women Men, Too, Need New Things tor Easter I -;
I The new "Robespierre" The new Jabots are much lj Mcirs Easter Neckwear.
I Collars for your new Eas- iarger this season. These .m'llUtom Specially
i ter suits and gowns are in are Q sjinjow iaces hand J&k fljLLYvTi. priced 23c and 39c
I the "Dutch" collar effects. embroj(lc 3iets cmijroifl Mffi) wSKmb T Jfck. Iens 75c eckwCr- Sat- ; )
I nets, soft shadow laces and ered in the new "Bulga- ijv vi8f Ien?s Suspenders Several '
1 soft; materials such as rian" shades, linen and St "Wft l'ncs' regular 50c value. ) '.
a batiste, lawns, linens, hand batiste, hand embroidered flfe$S "sTSSB -aster sPeciJ,l 9o
I embroidery.. .66c to $15.00 u reul Irish and Cluny B ?3iB H0SE Splendid .1
I V -m-ill iM'nline Neck laCGS 75 t0 12,50 IH! Wfflw wearins thrcad Silk H"ose 't'M
I Ruff will be very smart The shadow designs are still JygjHp navy and reen- in our i
I villi your new Easter suit, the latest thing in veilings, OHhIHrHLILV men's department; regular-
1 We cany these in all the but come in a smaller pat- BHiHIB ly sold at $1.50 pair, for,
I latest, shades and tern with a dot or a decided mf xifBK mr ' 95c ' I
I styles $1.75 to $10.00 figure 35c to $2,00 J B J