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had gone to Europe to study art.
Itjwas said- at the time she had
gone" to Paris. Kow it is said she
' went' to Hamburg, and that the
haby was born there.
The New York newspapers,
which do not know anything
ahout it, say that the baby boy
has a curly, raven-black hair, and
But Broadway is from Mis
souri in. -cases of this sort It
wants to be shown.
OROZCO'S DEFEAT GIVES
El Paso, Tex., May 13. The
rebel garrison of Juarez is demor
alized over the news of the defeat
of Orozco at Conejos.
Twenty of the garrison desert
ed and came to the American side
today." Another such defeat as
Orozco suffered yesterday and
'the desertions will be wholesale.
0 Today Orozco is making his
last stand at, Rellano. Fighting
there began at daybreak. The
rebels are trying stubbornly to
check the advance of the victory
If Orozco is defeated again to
day it will be his end. His men
will no tstand by him. They will
desert him and take to the hill
and he will be wiped.out.
Details of yesterday's battle
i cannot be obtained. Federal
sources in Juarez say that, 500
rebels were killed This is pr6b-
ably an exaggeration.
Three hundred jebel wounded
were sent by Orozco from Cone
Jos to Chihuahua yesterday. Air-
other trainldad is on .way today.
Orozco, in dispatches to retljl
officers t Juarozj v.amitted his
defeat "yesterday. -JleHaid the su
perior artilelry of the federals
was responsible. He pleaded for
reinforcements, saying, he could
regaifi his lost ground with more
Gen. Victoriano Huerta, the
federal commander, also says his
artillery won the battle-far him.
," "Our artillery fire was superb'
the- geneVal declared. "We cap
tured from the enemy ten cannon
and .many wagons with hand
bombs of dynamite.
' '.'The enemy fled into the north,
where part of my men under jen.
Trucy Aubert executed- a flank
movement, which almost annihi
lated them. Those who escaped
burned the bridges behind them
and destroyed a train of twenty
carloads of provisions.
!"Our loss was negligible, ex
cept that General Aubert was
slightly wounded in one foot"
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