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1av revolted and assassinated General
RoJaaf Carrania aympathliera ajonic
the border are' reported to have llred
on a train of, the Southern raclflo rail
road at Blen; Te. t
The, War .Department has no confir
mation or the report of the blowing up'
of an American troop train near
cnlu, N; Mi and newspaper din
Patches carry no further details.
what effect the unwillingness of.army
officials' on tho border to entertain- pro
posals lor a delay of tho.expedltlon will
have on. the attitude of the Carransis
Us Is a matter of considerable specu
lation Doth tho Btate and War De
partments cldlm not to have received
any official requests for a postpono"-
3 lent, but private advices from El Paso
eclare tnat nhen the proposition was
inadeto General Pershing by tho Car
ranar commander' at Juares, with
th i murirratlAn thnt Itik l!r.
rfcnza forces .in northern Mexico be
given two weeks tlmo In which to cap
ture Villa, ho declared that ho was
without fcowir to agree to such a plan.
Roberto ' Putxiulcrn. Carransa's contl-
dentlal envoy. Is reported to havo left!
uougias, Arir., lor wnsnington wan an
urgent messago to' President Wilson
from Qehoral Carranta. '
Plans for the expedition are under
stood td have been completed yester
day." The sudden cessation of move
ments of troop and supply trains along
the border Is acepted hero as an Indica
tion that al lis In readiness for whatever
my develop. v
Announcement la expected from Gen
eral Funston today regarding reassign
ment of border .patrols. Citizens of
Arizona are especially fearsome of raids.
At Nogales and' Aeuk1' Prteta, Car
rahslsta garrisons, arc reported with
drawn In the pursuit of 'Villa, leaving
the Arizona border free! to operations
of small outlaw bands which recently
have raided American ranches..
While General M'ershing's main com-
tm TRAINED DOGS
Seek Out the, Wounded Men,
Whom '-They jn Distin
guish rVbm the Dead. -
mand la believed 'to be striking south
from Columbus,. N. M.. departure of
other branch expeditions irom El Paso
and Douglas, Ariz.. Is doubtful. It Is
thought probablo these two supporting
expeditions may not march for several
days, the Carranza troops converging
from the east, and -west and perform
ing the dragnet duty 'which was or
iginally planned for the United Btatcs
id'nrmMl rAnlt Iji AXttAr.tAri fnriav frnm
General. Carranza. scaling the reciprocity
Officials would not
act with the State
venture a prediction whether Carranza
would suggest a 'brief respite 'In United
States operations to give the Car
ranzlstas tlmo to attempt Villa's cap
At a- recent meeting' of .the German
Society for Hospital Dogi held In the
Hotel Bristol lit Berlin, tjie Grand Duke
oi uiaenuurg, mo ncao or mo socioiy
described how tho s'ervteo had been "do
gun with eijlit dogs shortly after the
outbreak of .the, war and estimated
that up to date at least, 8,000" wounded
men had been picked up on the battle
field through the aid of the war dogs.
THE "WEATHER REPORT.
The .fprecast. for -the District of Co
lumbia Rain, this afterndon;"probabiy
turning to snow; cloudy and colder to
night; lowest temperature Y about 20 de
gree's.' 'Thursday fair, and colder;
strong northwest winds.
; Maryland Cloudy and. .colder tonight,
with snort In tho mountains;' Thursday
partly cloudy; cdlder In east portion;
strong north, to .northwest winds.
Vlrglna Cloudy and colder tonight,
with freezing temperatures to the coast;
trong northwest' winds. Thursday gen
erally' fair-and colder In east portion.
(U., B. Bureau.)
t) a. m. .,
10 a. m
11 a. m 33
12 neon ...'. 2S
1 p. m 33
Soldiers Build Hospital For Dogs.
Slnco this meeting It has been an
nounced that convalescent soldiers at
Jena have built a special hospital tn
which wounded war dogs are being
treated. Among tho official bodies rep
resented at the Berlin gathering were
the war mlnlstcrles of Prussia and
Wurtttemberg, tho Held 'hospital servlca
on the eastern front, the 'genera) quar
termaster's department, . the Prussian
and Saxon ministers of the Interior,
and the Berlin police .department.
Tho dogs are trained ' to take along
soma sort of an, object to show that
they have found a wounded .man, but In
many cases there la nothing on the
soldier which they can tear loose. ThU
problem the dogs have solved for them
selves by digging up a .nleco of sod or
biting off a twljr 'and IxrHmlnir these
'evidences of their discovery to their
Misunderstood By, Russians.
. Sometimes 'the 'fallen' soldiers of tho
hostile armies fall 'to recognize the,
peaceiui missions, oi ine."sanitatanunae
and try to drive, jthem away, as Is
shown by the following excerpt from
the report of a commander of a field
"All the Germans had been picked up,
but there were still a great many
wounded Russians scattered over the
field, most of them hidden In the long
grasses. The dogs began their work
with the greatest assurance, but It was
soon noticed that the Russians struck at
them with their caps, haversacks, can
teens and other objects and. In somo
cases, even tried to .kick the dogs. Con
sequently, before the day was over
three of our' dogs refused to approach
the wounded Russians. That day, with
the aid of tho dogs, we saved twenty
one wounded Russians."
GERMANS TO MAKE
Munich -,ls Enthusiastic Over
Discovery of Chemioal Bev-
NtfW -tORK? March ""lS.-The 2.M0
trained dog, of war doing" 'hospital serv
ice In the 'German atm-nake no dis
tinction between frlerjdjand foe when on
their seafchifoS: wounded '"soldiers left
on. .tho' fleid-nccprd(nr to official reports
regarding their activities. printed In the
North German Gazette', .V ' j
These reportr. emphasize tho good
work of the "sanltatahundeV In' distin
guishing between dead ahd wounded
men, and point with prldn. to' the fact
that tho German dogs havo not beon
taught to avoid the, nemy'wenindod, as
It la charred tho Belirlan''Tt'a,Crosa.dos'S l!",vorJul" I'P'iiiaiinp; proporue mo
u is cnargca ino ucitianneu cross cogs i)joat Bj,a,on flr rcwifn brews: It Ms
have been trained. . . anarklimr lloulil nt n7llrfht', mh.r
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BERLIN via Amsterdam), March 16.
-The people of .Munich 'havo, been
drcndl.ig for.montlw tbcgrowlnr pros
pects of having ther nown' converted
frrfnl tho fntalnnt Ifont Mtv iHtn h,,,.
less one bccinso" of tie scarcity of the
fluid. ' "' ,. -
Put I hoy werp;,overJoyed . few days
150 by- .tho announcement In tho
Muonchenei' Neuesto Nachrlchten that
a aubstlluto-has'becn found.
Tho lilvenlcr of the '(chemical befr"
Is Prof. ITrl'irlch Krallshclmer of tho
parer .says nf the new liquor;
"The, new .hevoraaorlvals. In .strength.
flavor and stimulating properties tho
color, the' .tnnteof. which has given us
nn Insatiable :np'petUe-for-more and
sun more; ,
"Moreover. . the Incredlents. the m
ture of which ls;-of;course, kopt secret.
but the (jlrlnolpal of whlchv Is obtalnod
by a prbcess' of distillation from turnlpi,
uro so ilinpl'J nd so easily found that
Experts for an. Effort at Fu
turism at Columbus. ."
High tide, 4:47. a. m. and 5:10 p. m.
Low tide, 11:24 a. m. and 11:68 p. m.
Wan rose 6:10 Sun sets 6:or
Light automobile lamps at 6:37 p. m.
Palestine, Tex., Jan. ,23. A man
named -U was brought to this city
Saturday afternoon and taken to ,tho
sanitarium , In a critical condition, tho
result of being short.' He was accom
panledn by Dr. S , of C ." San An
A cold is a congestion. Some place an inflammation sets
up. Nature triesto throw this off.. The irritation produces
sneezing and coughing. A scientific remedy for colds must re
lieve the congestion. To do that. the entire body must be treat
ed This is accomplished by Peruna for the following' reasons:
First Peruna is a tonic. It restores balance and Invigorates the system.
Second Peruna is especially valuable for the healing of the mucous
membranes, the local seat of colds. ;'
Third Peruna aids poor digestion and restores impaired'appetlte.
Fourth Peruna dispels congestion of the membranes, which absorb
your alrand;,food, and expel the waste products from' y Our body.
Fifth Perunajis a catarrhal remedy -has no superior. Colds are acute
catanh-sometimes'local; often systemic. ,
Sixth Peruna cleans the body of all waste matter.
Everybody who has used It knows Peruna is remarkably effective in
each of these capacities.
WITNESS THESE LETTERS
Mrs. L n. IUtm. 19)7 Druid lull Are,. Baltimore ltd., writes:
"Peruoa Is one of the best remedies for grip, cold la the hesd.
sore threat, nervous headaches and couibs that has ever been
discovered. After the use of oae bottle la my family, I don't
feel safe without Peruna in my house."
In a later letter Mrs. Hayes ays: "I am never without abot
tle of Peruna In my bouse. I sire the children Peruna Jf they
have a cold, and it always relieves
them. I had catarrhal bronchitis
ni it relieved me." '
Mr. C. O. Peterson, Lieut. Engine aaaaaHmv
Co. No. 66. No. J327 N. Hamilton,
Avenue., Chicago, His writes:
Last year I had a severe attack of
la frinne. which left mo verv weak.
so that 1 was unable to perform my duties. Several of ray
menas aaviiea me to duiiu up on reruns, ana 1 touna it or tar
Joe finest tonic and Invlgoraior I had ever used. In two weeks
was strong and well, and If ever I am exposed to unusual
naratnip maaeniwun my am
ies at Ores, I tske adoie or two
of Peruna and find tbat It keeps
me In good health." .
A dose of Peruna bow and
then is a wonderful protection
against contagious diseases.
Mrs. Mary 0, Miller, Chaplain of Patriotic Daughters Of
America, Indianapolis, lad., writes: '"I have found PenlBa
of eipedal benefit in esses of Irregularity and weakness. It
restores the strength tn a very short time and Is pleasant
td take, sits action on the whole system Is very mild, but
sure. We have used it In tho family for a number of years,
and when any of us tske a cold it Is the first remedy we
tske, and a few doses will generally cure, If the cold has
not been neglected. But the persistent use of Peruna will
cure a cold of even long standing."
the new beer can bo sold at )es,s thnn
a third of- thn cost of. the ordinary
product in ncrmai 1-cac1 tme.
Viennq Says Allifes
Attack Unarmed Ships
BBRI1N '(via wireless' to' BayvlUe),
MatTchMB. The Hungarian pasenger
carrylnir, ships Daniel Brno and Zagreb
were attached without -warning by al
lied submarines on February 13 and
28; near'Cape Planka, according to dla
patchjes' received here today from Vien
They escaped destruction by clever
maneuvering. Like' all 'Austro-flungar-,
Ian merchantmen hey.; were unarmed,
the dispatches said. ,
The. Austrian embassy sent a report
of thelallegd atJckAtq the State De
partmentitoday to put' the Austrian gov
ernment on record 'as alleging that al
lied siibmarlnea are violating the rules
of navdl .warfare'" demanded by the
IJnltcd States. . '
COLUMDUS, Ohio. March U.-Qeorge
nellowe,former Columbus painter and
now oris of the leading lights of artistic
New York, haa' been known for a lo'hg
while oa a decidedly vigorous realist.
No one thought he was futuriatlo In
tendency. This, , however, must have
hten the thouaht of. a hanging' commit
tee of an exbiblUoa. la Q"ai Itnplds'
recently, for It' huna- on of hla nlctunts
upside down and' left'if that wa tor ,
Two artlstsof.jyUerepute, Mathlas,
nnon, oi urana Jtapias. ana will liowo
Koote, of Old. Ly.nne.Cotw, ent to.the
gallery to explain the, picture to somo
who had admlttedthst It message Home
whatpuxxled them.. They dedlared' that
they gpt somo of its'mdttfs, but that
others 'Sot -them. The- experts expa
tiated on tho work at length. It.waa
modern In' treatment they declared, cu
rious but Interesting.' ,
Finally a woman on of that kind
who alwaysx tries to' get anything out
the gallery and walked straight up to
somebody in authority.
"What's the matterAwlth' that pic
tureT" she aikeoy "It' gives me a head
ache. Turn.lt UDstde down." .
After much protest the experiment.
was inea. ' 1
The black mass' of color, which (some
had been trying to read s a' thunder
cloud on a blue sk',( became a perfect
ly Innocuous rock. In still blue waters.
The white speck's that, had caused mora
than one Incipient .'critic 'to sweat cold
swtfat. became tiny ships. The whole
thing was made awfully simple whereas
before It hod been simply Hut
there! That would be a naughty slap
, War-Spirit Explained.
"Look here, my friend, .what on earth
are you '-walling for?, Tou'.ve been
standing here for an hour In the pour
ing rain." 1
"I'm watting for a car." '
"nut at least live havo? juH gone by:"
"Yes. but not -the one with the pretty
Geneva -Hears Diplomatic Rela
tions -Have Been Broken
- - -' With Portugal.
, AMBTERpAM, MaVch 15,-Austla haa
broken on- aipiomaua Relations, wnn
Portugal, a Vienna message announced
today. , V
nnun iLSaroh 1K. Austria has de
clared rar on. Portugal, according to
dlspatcnea Teceiveu, ncrc.
niuVlBVA March 16. Austria, has re
called' her minister to Lisbon and has
handed the Portuguese minister his
.... .MftnAIn In' ,llantrhla rA
rolvrd here today.
It Is not yst known whether ,tho
breaking off of diplomatic relations wilt
in followed- b"a declaration of war.
Portuguese naval authorities confis
cated soveral Austrian Ships in Portu
snese Dorta at the same time they
nelzed German merchantmen, an act
that resulted In a declaration of war
by Germany. s
Can't jLlv'c to Use Legacy
Of .I00,000, Doctors Say
KANE, P.. March W. That Keith B.
Dalrvmnle wilt not live. many daya to
enjoy the fortune of more than HOO.000
which Is to 'be turned over to him as a
result of his' arrival at Port Allegany
Monday, Is the opinion of Port Allegany
physicians. ' -i
The .disease from which he was suf
fering when found In a Southern hospital
Is advanced so far that no hope is en
tertained for a cure.
Mrs. Mary Dalrymple. the first wife
tof the late Hugh Dalrymple. will ar
rive at Otean today Her verification
that the youth la really the missing heir,
will rob her two children of tho large
fortune which she has been looking for
ward to for the last few, years. Dal-
rympei went to oiean yesterday.
Flanders Troops Sent
, To Verdun Offense
AMSTERDAM. March IB. Many de
Pleted GermAn regiments are arriving
ln Flan.le'rs from Verdun, fresh
troops belnsr sent from the Flanders
front to replace them.
KANSAS COUPLE HAVE
Seelyft Traces His Family Back
'1,500 Years, to the Time, of
AUILBNH, Kans., March lS.-The
passing of their sixtieth year .of wedded
life was quietly celobrated recently" by
Mr. and Mrs. Maspji Beelye, of this
city, when a few, of the children gath
ered for tho occasion. The Illness of
Mr. Beelye- prevented any elaborate-'
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Beelye are, respec
tively, etjhty-slx and .seventy-eight
years of. age, and In his illness ho Is
cared for wholly by his wife. ,
They came, to Kansas In 1864, locating
In Marshall county, and for thirty
four years underwent .the hardships of
a pioneer and homesteader's life. Re
tiring they came to Abilene In 1830, and
have resldojl here since. Mr. Beelye,
who la a glanf of a man, has only been
In failing health tho past two years.
Mrs. Beelye Is exceptionally active and
alert for a woman of her age. Of a
family -of five children, all are living.
Mr. Beelye takes great pride In his
genealogical record, which he traces
back 1.(00 years, to the time of Con
stsntlne of France.
Queen Mary of Roumania
111 and Growing Worse
ZURICH, March 15.-Queen Mary of
Roumania, daughter-in-law of the Dow
rger Queen Carmen Bylva, who died a
few days ago, In seriously III, accord
lug to Bucharest dispatches today.
The latest bulletin from tho royal
physicians reports that the Queen la
growing worse. ,
I Amputate vHiQ 1 Foot;
Pocketknife Skvs Life
ItRpWoOD CITY. March !S.-riv am- 4
ptltatlng, his. left opt. with a pocket
knife. L. II; Desk, of Berkeley, saved
himself frpm bcjrfa drawn to death In
the machinery of a dredger on which
he Ws operating.
Not once' did Beck cry out. say those
who were 1-ork'taK on the dredger. 'He
directed the binding' of the severed
arteries and then ordered a launch to
take him to Dumbarton bridge, where
he was transferred tV a handcar' In
charge of a sect Ionian.
Although terribly weakened from loss
of blood. Beck diet not loso conscious
ness once during tha long, hot trip Into'
Redwood. Ho was UKcn to the Hutlng
Hospital, where physlcbias expressed
amaxement at His .wonderful grit.
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March SO the New
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