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BANDIT VILLA'S RAID!
Resident of Columbus, N. M., wounded when Villa bandits raided the
village, being rushed to a hospital in El Paso, where all wounded were
taken. The train carrying the wounded was met at the El Paso station by
doctors and citizens who saw that they were well cared for.
CARRANZA STOPS TALKOF WAR
WITH UNITED STATES
Mexico City, March 15. Pres. Wil
son's acceptance of Gen. Carranza's
proposals has defeated well-laid
plans to force American interven
tion, Carranza officials declared to
day. Villa raid on Columbus, first chief
firmly believes, was made -with con
nivance of interested parties in the
United States. Though he has no
evidence, Gen, Carranza believes
Villa was financed by American in
terests seeking to force intervention.
TODAY'S WORST RIDDLE
Question What is the difference
between a cloud and a whipped child?
Answer One pours with rain and
the other roars with pain.
(Don't hit Urn, boys, he just got
back from Mexico.)
Queen Carmen Sylva of Roumania
is dead. War-ridden Europe will find
time to shed a tear at the news. The
"little wild rosebud of Wied" had
sung her way into the hearts of all
good men and enmity and strife may
well be forgotten for the moment.