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WILL THIS SCENE BE REPEATED?
This photograph was taken when the United States navy, represented
by Gen. Fletcher (left) and the army, represented by Gen. Funston (right)
met in Vera Cruz in May, 1914, and the city, taken by the navy, was turnep
over to the army. It cannot be told now if the hunt for Villa will become
serious enough for the navy to be called upon or if the two branches of the
war department may again meet on the other side of the border.
Davenport, la. Pat Walsh, multi
millionaire contractor and railroad
builder, dead. Paralysis.
' New York. Mrs. Libby Presley en
gaged Samuel Dannenberg In inter
esting conversation on 'phone while
tfollce rushed to arrest him as first
"telephone masher" ever caught. Six
months for Samuel.
San Diego. U. S. Destroyer Stew
art arrived at Ensanada, Lower Cal
ifornia, today. Entire peninsult quiet
Stewart expected to return here tonight