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) The Guthrie Daily leader. "CHiD
1 .VOLUME XXXIX.
GUTJIUIH, OKLAHOMA. MONDAY, Al'dUST LMi, IDl'J.
TIED UP IN
1 mm ,(Wmmk . I
M URDER CHAMBER" IN
WEST HAMMOND WILL SUR
PASS GUNNISS FARM
Victims buried at night;
UNDERGROUND TO GRAVEYARD
rag Girl, Latest Victim, IM
jSlrange Needle Marks oo Arm
t; and Traces of Poison
Chicago, Au. L'ti. 'A terrible chani
; o' death, said to have ei'eoiiif
tied the murders of more than
inty persons, hus beeu discovered
West .Hammond, lnd.
JTbe fatal room, which is located
.the rear of the resort operated
jHenry Foss, has for the past ten
jrs been the scene of twenty
ibwn deaths. In evi;y&iam.lh"
ve been sudden and unexplained.
.(Mulder wa8 never suspected, how.
f ever, until an investigation was be
I gun Aug. M. as a result of the death
j Of John Messina ker. who was strick
' en--'' while drinking in the room and
Idled shortly afterwards in the St.
I rancis hospital.
The inquiry came to a startling;
tend yesterday afternoon with thedis
cotery that a young woman had
S been the latest victim of the place
land had been surreptitiously re
I moved from the room and at mid.
5 night buried iu the West Hammond
i Wealthy Contractor Murdered.
f flvlessmaker, who was a wealthy
I Contractor of West Hammond, was
' lured into the FosH resort by a
i young womau frequenter of the
Iplltce. IT poll his person he carried
Iseveral hundred dollars. The victim
I wis Induced to drink heavily and
then fell into a torpor. During this
"period of coma the fearful nui'der
instrument of the place was put to
ta rtondlv iiRe.
? 1 Jlees maker was murdered with the
jfctolection into his blood of a poison.
Sdle punctures on his arm save
first dew in the gathering of the
rideiWAj A JaUlr examination of
t blood proved that a heavy am
int of some deadly prison had
.iMessmaker'a death occurred Aug.
3. and an investigation was begun
romjptly. So severe was it that
tne of the frequenters of the place
jJdcame freightened and yesterday
Jold the story of the latest victim of
.be murder chamber. The informers
tory was investigated, a new-made
Taive was opened in an obscure pari
T the cemetery and the body of
ather Harrison of Indiana Harbor
1'lThe mystery of Miss Harrison's
isappearance from her home sever
Ul months ago finally has been ex
ained. The young woman, who is
Aid to have borne a good reputa
tion, was lured to West Hammonu
on a false promise of work and tak-
.1- At.. I..,.,.. , ... InV Axtth
prota,bly was tne result oi ner re-
'. t .IP I.
'Vynen ner nouy vtiu lemutni
tnrdav from its grave it was d'scov
prnri that her arm. like that o J ess-
maker, bore the markings of the
needle. A blood test was made and
poison of the same nature as that
lUUUU Ul me m-my ui tut- oittin V.UU-
tractor was discovered.
Death "Came Suddenly.
The intormer torn the ponce tnai
the young woman's death had been
as sudden as those of all the other.
wlitlnio u-hn Hind within the fatal
- room. She said that the 'body bad
been hidden until midnight and then
carried quietly to the graveyard ana
, placed in a grave that had been dug
lor it several hours earner. ,o re.
port of the death was made to the
The account of this second mur
der recalled to the authorities the
deaths of eighteen others who have
lost their lives in the same resort.
A close delving into the history ot
every case brought out the fact that
the deaths of all bore the same
strange symptoms. All of the twen
ty, the residents of West Hammond
no wassert, were niuraerea in tne
The discovery has so startled the
better r-lement in the city that a ser
ious police scandal is Imminent. Foss
has been operating his place with
out a license, and has been, uon a
number of oc-casioiis. ordered to
hoard up the doors. This he has re.
fused to do, insinuating he possess
es a "pull" with the police, with
"whkh the mayor is powerless to in
terfere. Virgina Brooks, the 18. year-old re
former, who has been fighting the
vice ring jn the city for two years.
. yesterday determined on a crusade
'it destruction. If no criminal action
is taken against Foss and the own
.(.Ccntinuej oa Page Six.)
LOGAN COUNTY DEMO
CRATS TAKE ACTION-FA-
VOR ELECTED CHAIRMAN
The Democrats of Logan county
let in convention at the city hall
Saturday afternoon, in response to
the ( all of Chairman Favor, and se
Icctcil delegates to the Democratic
state convention to be held at Ok
lahoma City Wednesday. August -S
The meeting was well attended
Chairman Favor called the Cornell
lion to order and on motion v,is se
lected as temporary, ami then perma
nent chairman. All the Democrat'
tountv candidates were present and
lousing speeches were made telling
of Democratic success at the Polls in
Cnder the call on the number of
.'otes cast, for senator, Logan county
is entitled to eleven delegates in the
rtate convention. It was decided to
,end 22 delegates to the state conveii-
t'on with one-hal!' vote each. Light
Megales from the fit v and fourteen
:oni the county outside of (iutbrie.
Delegates named were as follows:
I eslie ;. Niblack. Walter .Matthews
(ialen Crow, W. T. Field, J. ti. Lewis
K. F. Sanders, J. 15. Favor, M.
White, Sam Evans, 1 1 , V. Smith. II.
K. Christopher. F. l. Pull tain. Nl-
son S.vler. Win. Hross, J. u. Lovell.
A y . Poteet, John O'N'eil. John
llo)kins. Duke Jeffries. A. Cornwell,
Frank Olsmith, John Wisbey.
The delegiiiion was empowered to
select alternates. City of Cut brie
nd Logan county were extended an
ivita'ioti to co-operate with the dele-
nation, go to Oklahoma City and liotist
or the capital. The chairman ap
ointed Messrs. Niblack,' Matthews
nd Oilsmitji a committee to confer
i tli the chamber of iommerce.
avor Re-Elected Chairman
l.'pon the adjournment of the con
dition, the Logan county central
cMiniitee met and reorganized. John
'avor, of Perth, was re-elected chair-
nan ot I be committee bv acclamation
'avor is one of the wheel horse Dem
crats of Logan county. He has serv
d as chairman five years and is the
est man who ever worked on the job.
. L. Calvert was retired as secretary
'ul James Lewis named as secretary.
1 lie chairman tilled a number of va
riiieies. Headquarters will be opened
' it 1j i ii a short time.
Shirley Thomas, a 'burly negro
fom Oklahoma, City ran amuck at
tipley yesterday after he had prob
tbly fatally wounded Win- Karris, the
ity marshal. After the shooting the
legro made an effort to escape, but
A'as surrounded by a posse of cHi.
;ens a short distance from tipley
Kailure of the officer to search the
tig drunken Oklahoma City negro
ifter he had arrested Mm on ta
harge of drunkenness may cost TilT'
.-"arris, the officer, his life.
After placing Thomas under ar
est, Karris started with him 'to- the
ity Jail, but after having gone only
i few yards the negro, pulling a six
shooter from his pocket, dropped to
lis knee and taking deliberate aim,
'implied the gun at 'the maishal. Kar
is fell with bullet wounds through
his mouth, arm and shoulder.
Hearing of the trouble. T. J. lloyt,
f stillwt-iter hastened to Ripley, look
barge of the prisoner and rushed
him 'to the county jail before the
ingry crowd had found a leader to
any out threats of lynching.
All negroes save two families have
eft Ripley for Oklahoma City. Two
families were allowed to stay pro
.iding they behave.
I'nless complications set in it is
bought Karris will recover.
EUGENE V. DEBS AC
CEPTS THE HONOR
Terre Haute, lnd., Aug. mi. In
'narked contrast to the notification
if the other political parties, 'iie
socialist presidental nominee, Lu
gene V. Pubs accepted the nomina
ing the newspapers that they were
ng the newvoai'es that they were
at liberty to prin' his ac cptaiu e
address he had sent out to news
papers in printed form. No cem,
mil tee called on Debs; no ceremony
of any kind was carried out.
Gadsden, Ala., Aug. 2U. During a
battle between a fugitive negro and
a mountain posse near here today
the black killed one of his pursuers,
wounded another and escaped. The
chase still continues. Blood hound3
hive been ordered.
JKLAHOMA CITY NEGRO
I J I lA A Y7 X Ni. ChXKir.O.W 1 tl I If i III . I JlJ il.'iTW-V'.-.r. '.''II I
' If Pi PWfifl llR,
r.il niiYiic i n Mi.riT U UniP !
Special correspondence nany i
Oklahoma City, Aug. nil lull Alex
ander, boss bumper for the Oklahoma
City capital committee, has a new
Hill is not endowed with much tact,
ut he has oceans of gait.
His gall is past all understanding.
If he essays to ipull off a program now
budding he is going to give Oklahoma
City some more work in the way ot
Hill's scheme is simply this:
He wants the Democratic state con
vention to endorse "Oklahoma City
s the permanent capital."
Or course, thin is to laugh. Wise
beads are telling Hill that he is a
monkey. Less wiser heads are "egg
ing" Hill on. Petvilc here favorable
to Guthrie want Hill to spring such a
resolution in the convention.
"Just let Hill do it," saitl a well
known Democrat this morning. "We
will take up Hill's resolution, change
Oklahoma City to Guthrie and pass
it The political con. game won't go
tills year of our lird.'
In this connection it was Alexan
der's "fertile brain that placed Sul
phur in the running for Hie capital.'
Sulphur doesn't know anything about
the matter ami .Murray county is
WEST SIDE DEMOCRATS
WILL BE IN EVIDENCE AT
Speeial to The Daily Leader.
'Oklahoma Cil y, Aug. There
promises to be some merry times in
the Democratic slate convention
which convenes hcru on Wednesday.
The vanguard of Democrats is al
ready coming in.
The soreness of west side Demo,
crats over the .east side grabbing
everything in the way of offices is
beginning to be fell..
It is possible that llarrill, of Wag
oner, may have ro Jiiili t to hold his
job from a west side Democrat. It
Is certain that Duke Stallings has
light on bis hands. West, siders are
pushing the claims of l-'ravvley, of
Alva, hard. All the Deinoci itic nom
inees except Jack Love, come I nun
old Indian Territory.
I'-, is said a light will be made in
the interest of Hugh Gerner. who
was ousted from tin. inspector and
examiner's office by Gov. Crucc
Fred Parkinson, his sifcessor, is al
so an east sider. Resolutions en
dorsing the late Inspector T.-y'.or'w
administration i" be passed.
Judge Huw'cs, of perry, will be
letuporary chairman of the conven
tion at'id some dtlier west. sde man
will be made permanent chairman.
In many of the entity conven
tions, hitter tigh.s prevatb-d. In
Muskogee count v Haskell delegates
were selected. Frect Ilranson was let
off rhp deieaanon C X- HiskoM
natnd but :t j odl'i he Will 11'
to Guthrie, but this tact
lease Hill, lie put Sulphur
now, or course sentiment
Hog'town has grown stronger
than ever in Murray county.
People Hate GreecT
The Hartlesvillc Examiner, com
menting on the Kl. Reno Presss ex
coriation Oi Hogopolis says:
The manipulators of elections in
our bankrupt hogopolis, admit that
the people of the state will vote to
remove the capital unless some
tt heme can be devised to thwart
their will. With a view to that end
one of the most notorious political
bosses and election fixefa "1A Uie
state has been put. in charge of the
ch-iita! campaign, not to inspire con
fidence, or add c. araetcr lo the
(citse, but to carry the election. They
have millions at their command 10
flck the people, but uo. one cent to
lav the rent they promised to make
icod their pledges to the stale. They
are long on fuss and leathers, but
short on every pledge that it lukiM
dollars to redeem. An analysis of
liieir promised donai'miis to tb- cap
ital fund shows pa.vment. in land.-; a1
si hundred dollars an acre, worth
i-ixiy, and listed for taxes at less
than Hob Owen's mythical .swamp
attend the convention. I
.Murray will lead a iigbl
t'rticc administration in
is said Hill
the con veil-
ELECTION OF WEST
Illy Associated Press.)
Washington. Aug. ;. A demand
for an invest igal ion of the elei'tion
of Senators William I'. Chilton and
Clarence W. Wat.-on. of West. 'ir
ginia was maile in a pelilio-i signed
1 y Governor Glasscock and others
and which was presented today to
the sen. le through Senator Gallinger
its presiding o!'tier. The pelitmu
called the attention to charges ot
bribery, publicly made in (reference
lo the election of the two Wes. Vir
SCHOOL ELECTION WILL
BE HELD TOMORROW
If you are interested in having
ibe city schools run nine months,
get out tomorrow and vote for the
added mill levy. The decreased val
uation of properly in the district!
necessV;;' cs the added null be voted.
It is lle.-es--iry to have tin per cent
of Ibe Vote lo cany the levy. t
tile added levy falls 'o be voted the
schools will ) n t, inled and the
vial mouths. V 'f e
for tilt; leVV.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY MEETING
The regular tpi
the women's n:
i the Fttrm-
held at t
g ::i. a-
tin; prog:, tin hih been
1 i v would ii jn the
iniid 'oveni-at :
.1 :n :arm and home
i.ig' J 1 1 Le i tec-r.t
laiius oi me i-n-
Of the people of
been c it'lletl to
Ibe removal of the capital from Outli
ne and thev will vole to avenge lln
wong at the first opportunity. Has
kell atU'liipled to build a capilol vv it li
eu t. cost in the people and contract
ed with Oklahoma City to that end
two years ago. They have not only
v. elated every solemn pledge in that
contract, but have shown the most
brutal ingratitude 10 the man who
cave them the tapilal. They have be
trayed, like .ludn.s of old. their bene
fa tor, iitiil ur". now r-eUi.Mj; to fli'.i
Ham Iho people of 'Hie stale. Tin y
are not: only intensely Hellish, but
I o! lowed I
like that hyena thai
ioiilillon to Damascus. "J" lit
the slate destitute of tin
is made a political and II
Lsiake when a tnajorilv ol
lhfm voted to
remove Hie capi'a
and in our huinblt
will correct that mis
I a le .it the first opportunity, Okla
homa City s assinine political attllttdc
;;i the primary election jusl pass"'!,
will cost mem, the state capital. The
American ieo;:lc bale greed and lu
gfatituile above all other crimes,"
COMMITTEE COMPLE T E D
ARRANGEMENTS; SEPT. 18,
19 AND 20 DATES SET
'I'll" fall fair committee of the re.
i met at the Oh utlic." o- inur
ibis morning and c mipb-ted
arrangements for the fair,
will Ii;. held SepleimberjdS, PI
I s' ol j.rcn
a I farm
pro'lu i s vv
,. ppropriat ion
1 proline: eb
hall at; I the
ill be a llovvi
made for li'e
nit ill be at
l.ve stock tvx;-
Hi .ii 1 1
to s '
I I V I -;!.'' S
ell era! livi
S!.(i' k '
vil! f al
vv i' iu
i i he
win le- o
an ex hi''' '.
Ol the ' 'II'
' ni.e !)
" the la :
:. t b'Mi
lb" iiii will
re-' ate! a"ra
; ( leans, Aug. 2'i
-if gli'-dUy l.i.r
Lntls on ibe classic
lie Itoggy. The eyes
the whole slate have
I he monstrous I rands
LA FOLLETTE'S FILIBUSTER
ON PENROSE RESOLUTION
FINALLY BORE FRUIT
W'.isli, ii 'in, A ii . 2' --Wit.'.: : n-
iiior La i " i I : t litilil.nu to bis
t'U'i ul' a filibuster biii W'liu'il
iiiiiflini'idy prolong l be sc sun ol
i ollgres, Mie sea.itor. e.ifij lilts
luoriiiiig, I'lis.- i il w it htiiii a l ull call
the lVni'dve resell.-.nil lo b.i--. be
Cl.ipp i dlillil lit e.' ilhl.l''- i ! 1 1 ( the
correspondetice ..r biiali. ial trat'-.it-l
! i i 1 1 s Ifluetii A ri hi ''dbl ins.
KddseVi-ll and liH'iii ; i -1 .-, e etui . re -H.
The leaders ell ml ll M'b -; ti tile
('es!ld!i deelaretl u- ! a o;-i -eal
of . 1 1 1 j i 1 1 1 ni.ieiil , prtiiiaMj ' till Lgb 'J.
The only iitln-r po-silnliiy ,," delay
ti w is tin l be "eiiei a I tl ti i jem a: 1 1.
l:t tlu' leaib'is Ihi alleriimni reai-h
'I an agreeinent. to k;n" ibe dis
pilletl "v.,e , lailiis" e!i; ,, ,,f (lie
measure iinlil :be n'l ession of
coimres.s. al uhieh time they life -
peeled to be iVlill'V.
This agreeinent is ,-aM to lie agree- j
able lo the bouse in. mm tiers, w bit b i1'-'1') ttniay. I lit nimliout regions jn
if it develops 'in lie I be ease IneallS .-1,'s,'d ' rebels, wbeliier t aitililli"l
an adjournment mm.; ibis efning.
s i' veiling.
ir expens. s
The airprtipiia! itni.-t for e;enss
of the gov ernineii' ;oi- lb.- d sea I
vear of nineteen niirii-ea ainnuiiietl
u.. if-L'l r :-'! ' . 1 'TTTi '; nr i
k I 1 1 emeu ' ill :o!e i n ibe s
i... ...,-.t,.r vv- ,.i... ., ,i,.'.
appropriations coniniiie... The to-
tal is less Iban thai of last, vear bv
II III, , NS
What Conyress H.is Done
The completed congressional recon
,i , i... .riii ,..,.
"i ite '.-.-i.-ii v.,,, ii'.iieMi ,ic t'i ;
inatcly M.'i u page., o,- Liu. nun.: '
any pervious congress. 'o statement
ei yet available as lo the amount of
money appropriate!! bv i he brst regu
bn- se.-'.-idll of the s 1 X t V set oml t (II)
; res bill a careful estimate shows
tnat this still is a billion dollar coun
try The a nropria t ions of ibe lust ses':
sain of the sixty-lirst, congress were
SI PL'S. iumi. line in itiund ligni'es. Deiw-
oi ra's .in the appropriation commit -
:ee after a hurried perusal of the a. i-' ""' ''ate ot Mexico. Heiijaniin Argu-P'-oiuiatiiin
budgets as ihcv were "'"'(lu -Murrillo. two of Oroz.o.i
v. iiip.oed iii'o shape bvliove they w ill
(Continufd On Page Four)
LABOR OAF CELE
BRATION WILL BE
reports and censored stories sent.
Labor d,it. this year, in G m brie, 1 1 rom the federal beatl'iua) ters in Chi
v'ill I"' celt'iiraied mi a larger 1 li'iahn i. The government command-
tiian ever lieioit.-. Urs express optimism in their plans
' Tin if will be ihrec davs tun and!;" ' t'fei t hi tapture, but it is lidmlf
fi'Nic. The celeb'iit ion vii start on ; ted l!i:it be is riding with li'tlo iiicnni-
Align! ::ist. and las: until the un.
ni' Septenilier L'nd.
Hon. Win. H Murrav will deliver
in address on Ibe opening dav. Aug.
::i (filler prominent sneakers from
ever Ibe slate will also be lirc.-.en! i
mil make adilresscri. I
I The bloomer baseball learn will be
viih us- 1 1 my will play Sunday ami :
Tile ladies Ol the ( 'bumbo,- ,,f (,,, .
tncrce vv.iil have charge oi ih. ie
1 re shuienl s.
It.'lllil eolleeftv.- I, I .1
.. .. ...... . ii , I i I n 1 1 ..i u -
lor and a iielighmtl lime ami a bushel The H-,:i ..- w , along tic. ra.iroa'l
of en ie;. nK'iii awaits all who aiteiid. ; r. lining e v ' ii"n i'(e''i)ii to M-mfn
The several committees having ilieln v. A ii" In ; ic;,r.v reported h
it ra 1 1 c e m i ii t s "in i harge are workin;? '.I- go; i-i-iimeiit nasal I '.esa rio. till t be
fitithl'ud.v . to Hi'1 end that Labor Dav ' ort ii c.stirn ia!l".,i" F-'iday. The
I' 2 will bin-.; In- remembered ;m !' be!., bad 'billed tu! a'br.dge.
the gala cvetii and big itt Pdie-- da". ib 'iCai s,i n I ne s-iu I o. ward a
"1 1i" year. i ei.,i; , , . p, , i ;, u, ,,; :. , ,,., iinder
i'.'xnn-sion rahs on all i .1 ; 1 1 n,i,js ,, J :i: 1.1 u ' 'ei v a u i . unit-la i (.ports
arrati'jed for and a record b'eii- !". Hre -iiitiit'iig .ciee ibai "ln rt.-bel-t
:ng rmvil is sure to be here on M. ;l'-it Cim . one k.lle.l am! -wounded,
free da;, s ei. 1.1:1.111 labor's t'ig:'ii'e f'dei.ils .or'.-d co kdii. of an''
yearlv tri'imp!i. il.iud
" ' I "A.i tii'" no! Torr.-fin the ; ctthinn
Pellle'iiiitr Hie School levy election poles .(!,. iie., cat' 'd Willi (lead llleti,
tomorrow . If you w aip to see in,, n urde e; ' ' sobbt r.s. and at Kt
S'hools run lor nine months, vote ;c'.i la-t " r w en" v : 1, r, e bodie.;
ye.-, tin (lie pi oposjl inn. jWire !i ii i olic t:fe," Dr. W'.ii-
., - -- i'll" L e ls"iil, i.ow of Waco is. old
UNITED WIRELESS PRESI
DENT 0IE0 IN PRISON
(11 Associated Press.)
A ' la m t ii , Ga., Aug. 2l ''oioiio' c.
C. Wi con aged sixt; seven fo. uier
president (. ii,e I'nited witete -:
com!. anv d:-d ite laM night ,c n..
I'll! ed .-slates p,.:tett..ifi , v. ;!.
Ii" vv ,e se, v ing a lire,- v ; .r:!
tellce ''or 'i -illg t lie Ul.lii to !! r.tr I
I'r.i'-mi,. poisoaln; was lit.- ei.ise ..r
GOV. WILSON WILL
!' a few
i --i a i i
i i aiid' ov-
j'-HJirt. M'i, Aug .
sen s man t n alt :
.-' bed'l b ( t a lHa i g : a
no si (.ii..ng teip s h '
e'l bv the mein'ii r- of b .- tampacgn ,a'l
eoillinit'ee with vsteen lie' governor
eo-iferr-d the D-- : a ' ie nea'l.
Tiartrs ii New Ycrs t3day.
WAR OF EXTERMINATION
WILL BE MERCILESS
TO ALL ALIKE
EXECUTION WITHOUT TRIAL ON
FIELD, WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR
Mexican Government Determined
lo End Revolution Rebels Wso
Begin Butcher of Captives
Mf.vieo city, Aug Hi.--Merciless ex-
j 1 ' rMI 1 1 i" of rebels and all tbosl
v.1,,,) sapnorl. them in the feature ot
new campaign m bit b began iftt-
'' ' apata or ehie's of lis re
jifwii. Hit- measure providing tor a
f f " "" 111 nil' ' tins ' 1 1 u t 'ti n guar
i alimuiiietl ' " --n u nil eui inio ei
I-444US--4. gi.lL''.'! .i1.'1. ol'l!'L ahove tli- rank ot
nate iiiclay iT'iajor iiow ba i h rUbt 'lo ' inflict.
ii-tees oi regular trial went jm,, ef
s.i'iiinnril v capital nmiisbiiiein on all
!r'!":ls "hi. fall into their bauds if
I . " -apl)veR guilt.
I I , I.. IU.
' "' . i i i . ,et t, int; Ilisuig-
ents avaib'tl i b.-llmel V en of the Offeia
oi amnesty extended for almost a
hi'.mth .rior to tin- putting inio efleci
- ""' measure ot suspended
-.H.unn't t m. and reports irom J yluca,
'le- state of Mexico; from other
ti'strit.i.s in tin- south, and from Tor
i'eon imlitale thai conditions are 111-
!' !'ei;er perhaps than t hoy were a
I'hsivad in having ipsa i pcared from
:be state of Mexico into the nioun
l mis oi Guerrero, the tipitistds are
now reported as practically in con-
ol of the villages and hat iendas a
1 1 'w south of Toluca, caital of
tc'Mceis, are operating in the rear of
Ceiiei:l Hnerta near Torivon, while
ho attempt is madi' to disguise the.
I.:--! ilmt .Cam; os. Canipn. Fernandez
and Rojas are giving the government
b rees til Sono'a plenty to do.
Orozco's Whereabouts Unknown
Oro.'co hiinseli; and Sala.ar ar
(lodging about the federals in (lie
northern part of the. state of Chihua
bu;i and along th.j Sonora stale linn.
The evact w hereaboiits o'' orozco is
a favoriie guess in the capital ami
li'tle .vsislall'.-e Is given bv official
bratiee in a country, every mile Of
which is thoroughly known bv him.
r;. uniend.i s men are those who
deslrovcd a le-,v iiritlge.s belvveen .linn
roz ami Torreon and tore down tb')
'U I ion build. ng at Coiielos.
(ll'fi. ial rel-orts lodav ' from Torre-
t.n a'e (bat Arguineilo drove back
r riday a small l!,n b men' of f'"l-
t'Cals. bu' thai when re i n ! oi-eeineri i j
v tie cell" out Ibe gov eriilllen". HftlM
v '"iv viciwi uiis and tlui: lii'tv rebels
v- e 't.ll.d. Tli- eie-al J'. W.S
en as one dead
it: ii ' !"' 'til a ! lei ill Y.m:u ! e II 3 .
'.' :-- Dr. -i-t.'M to- nearlv four
' : ; v. ii - a s :r ,t on o; Hie Mexican
: i .i I Lis-- w .Hi le-adn lla I ters a '
'I - . ' i as 1 1 ei,, sends pbo'o
'.;! .' '.'!':!' .l"l)!,' VI'iWS to ne
" ;' '' lids" ;.,ctU!'es melt Hi'"
ii ' , ,,.. ;)!,, poles Tiir r
'"ii1 ,i'e -c.v.peni'i.'d irtiiu roiirs
.Oil'l'i i Id " lleeltS. Ie W (' !' 'S ;
o'ci'ty :- i bad shape arid
' ' n : w-r-e The invriiiin'ii; d-'-.
a Utur.lerrig ail ' re -els tbi-y
I. i It. and the n .' -. ,i re do'!;g
e o.'llie tiling I tal, !U ,i In,' (elr ooJ
' - ' vor a mi .- 1. 1 i : ti). , , i Things
--:e. a- e.i '- ' I'm t'a ra ' i v
in .-t. The ",, s i , ,,.,! and
ie ri hps ger '(!-,,! ( t v tew days.
j -t Ml,-!
!!" I ' i in, 'i
In ! t'ff
I- e.i ' e ., i u -. .,i;s to
.' ' ' :
i t ; ; IT, ' e of t lHf ha
b. s : t; v , i; ; ( referring
'!e gin-ernmeiir gae
:.:! i ;TiOtiers. alti
i p; d.e, o do ng the
ev.-rx r-'..! ';iibd. hi-
id.rs .'ig.iir.si Hie gtiV-'o-
ii-i.els art" ii'i'v this?.
' M ex r o .i nd .-, killing
on, thev can. The eot-
, -1. in". ;
i Vl.ole !' I'o
t !' .
eU ihe troops aleisg 1:1
itli', ba.;!. with the passengers hii-1
tt'ou'.inued pa Pavge Three)
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