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earthly power that could stop them
these men of the middle age from
exacting more lives in revenge.
HUERTA SALUTE WILL NOT DO
Washington, May LThat per
manent peace is ot expected to re
sult from the present mediation ne
gotiations was indicated today by the
request that the appropriations in the
army bill, totalling upwards of $100,
000,000, be made immediately avail
able. The bill, now in the hands of
the president, carries appropriations
available after June 1.
Officials of the state, war and navy
departments said they hpd no mes
sages regarding the reported firing
on the Ward liner Antilla.
Huerta has made it plain to the A.
B. C. mediators that he is willing to
salute the flag unconditionally if the
U. S. forces are withdrawn from
Vera Cruz. He has been told that
things have gone too far and that
now the U. S. insists he must elimin
Mediators waiting for Carranza's
complete reply to their request that
he agree to a cessation of hostilities
pending negotiations on a broad
plane to settle all of Mexico's trou
bles. Sec'y Bryan said it was understood
that hostilities ceased so far as Amer
ican forces were concerned, when
Vera Cruz was taken. "But if there
is any attack on-us, we will meet it,"
was his comment.
Revised list of Americans dead and
wounded in taking of Vera Cruz an
nounced by Sec'y Daniels. Dead, 11
sailors, 4 marines, 1 unidentified
total, 16. Wounded, 2 officers, 51
sailors, 14 marines, 3 unidentified
El Paso, Tex. Gen. Carranza will
not consider proposal for 'aristice be
tween his troops and those of Gen.
Huerta, according to high officials
Vera Cruz. Consul Canada and
other American officials anxiously
awaiting some additional word from
Zapatecas where Dr. Edward W. Ry
an of Scranton, Pa., is said to be in
danger of execution as a spy, because
of his refusal to translate state de
partment codes declared tohave been
found on his person.
By1 Jim Manee.
I've got a healthy bone to pick
With you, friend Weather Man.
This sort of weather makes me sick,
Explain' it if you can.
It got so chilly Thursday night
I had to build a fire.
With furnace out, that is enough
To raise a fellow's ire.
P. S. In case the weather man
hasn't noticed "SPRING ' HAS
GAMES FOR TODAY
St. Louis at Chicago.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
New York at Boston. s
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Detroit.
Cleveland at St Louis.
Boston at New York.
Washington at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Baltimore at Kansas City.
Brooklyn at St. Louis. i
Buffalo at Indianapolis.
To treat a wart, grease the sur
rounding surface or put a cloth over
it with a hole large enough for the
wart to protrude through. Then touch
the wart with a silver nitrate stick
or a match covered with absorbent
cotton and dipped in acetic acid.
Fair Friday and probably Saturday;