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fLOH, ANOCLKS, Cal, July .20,--Fderal
officer wero Investigating
hero last nlglil report that efforts
li'ail been made torrcrult a force
of American ox-crvlcn men to in
vede Inver California and wrrl
rontrol of It from Governor Esleban
s J; Hobert O'Connor. United Blair
district ntloniey, acid the matter
mlKhl' Ih laid before Hie United
Slate district (rrand Jury.
Uraefl H. ft ml. to Art.
CALEXICO, Cal. July SO. -United
Flalee Consul Doyle announced here
last night he bed sent a lengthy
telegram to IIm slate department at
Washington urging that the United
States offer It good offices in an
effort lo prevent hostilities between
troops of Hit- Mexican provisional
federal government and those of
Governor Esleban Cantu of Lower
California which might result from
I ho Invasion of Lower California, re
ported to bo under way by 'Mexican
Consul lloyle Mid he had also rec
ommended to the slate department
that It make representation at Mex
ico City In favor of a modification
of the policy which "seems io be
Kidding the do facto government of
Mexico In dealing with the slluillon
w - J-1' - " '
Cant-it Prypmca t Conshat
. MK.XIGALI, Imor California, Mex
ico; July SO ('reparations' to resist
3fl00 Mexican federal troops, report
ed en nnitn (o attack fwer Cali
fornia porta, were made by (lev
rmor Esteban Cantu hero ycstenay.
Three recruiting station were
opened and soldiers were put In
work making feomh In be used in
Forces of Oovrrnnr Cantu, It I
cald,, possess big supplies of ammu
nition. About 1000 bombs were made
to, be used by aviators who man
three airplanes (lie governor recent
Governor Cantu, in reply lo the
statement attributed In Mexico City
to aiibcrto Valeiuucta, subsecretary
of the interior, that the governor
was In open rebellion, declared the
federal government was acting In
"I deny, for myself and for (ho
people, (1ml there is rebellion in this
district," ho said. "Since Provisional
President do la lluurta reappointed
mo our relations have been most
cordial up to this lime.
"Mv twntiln rrannl IIm Invasion as
an evidence of bail faith. If they I
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The ovcnr reiterated there hai
not been In IIm iHalrkl one Ml of
jjWylly (o the provisional tvvtrft
KAOLH YAMCtt, July
Francisco villa, bmU leader, auc
rendered ucolllknHjr nr ail
all. nlihl conference with Ocnrral
Etlscnm Martinez, commanding I ho
TerreAn military tone, accntdH fo
ndvloja received by the Mexican
consul hero ioday. Villa wl return
to private lire, (ha weseaife- aVMed.
3Cuch rejoicing throughout Mexico
la repeated with celebrations being
?!arl Hacglln, American president
a brewery al Bablne. wio hail
been held by Villa. It it mid. for ran
itom. haa been released, the report
HHJilCO CITY. July M-cordlal
telegrams were exchanged today be
tween Francisco Villa and General
Kugenlo Martinet, chief bf opera
lions in IIm slatea of Coaluiita and
Nuevn Ion, who Is arranging stir
render terms with the rchl leader,
according to advlrea reielred here
Addcsslng Villa as ''esteemed
general," (lrneral Martlnex lele.
graphed him from Torreon that he
would arrive In Hnlilnas for a con
ference and would leave nothing
undone to render Villa and his fob
lowers element of Mexican prog"'
res. Marlines roncluded, "Embrace
ing you fj-tfernslly."
yilla replied that he wanted Gen
eral Martinez to embrace him with
all ufeJtrarl. Villa signed himself,
It was minoilneed al Provisional
President lie la lluerta'a office to.
night that Villa probably wimld ar
rive in Mexico City within three
daya and place himself at tho dis
posal of the preaidenl.
People Will "Ret- Him.
In a Wile fought July tf between
a force of Vllllslas and Iroopi under
tho command of General Andreas
Figueroa, south of Ban Carlo In (ho
Palomas mountains, almost (ho en
tire band of Vllllslas was killed or
taken prisoner, ami 330 horses,
Villa's remount herd, were captured.
Tills Information waa contained In
an official telegram received on
Vednea4ay by Luis Mwtei de Oca,
Mexican consul general al Kl Paso,
from (Jeneral Figueroa,
The leader of the band, Manuel
Palomas mountain iHitrjct for year,
was also captured, Seventy-five
stolen cattle were recovered by the
This final battle, together with
the results obtained against Villa by
General Joaquin Amam in the south
Of Chihuahua. Were responsible for
the decision lo anrrender by tho
bandit, In the Opinion of Honor
Monlea de Oca With his source or
ammunition supply from the United
State cut ulf at Han Kleno, op.
poslle Ihe Palomas, by the heavy
federal garrisons stationed along the
border In (hat territory, nnd with
his freslf horse supply In Ihe hands
of government troops, there was
nothing left for Villa to do but
surrender, in Ihe belief of the Mexi
can consul general
"Although I have received no of
ficial Information regarding Villa's
surrender at Babinas, It Is probably
Irtiejlial he has agreed to renounce
tho life of a bandit in exchange for
amnesty," said Honor Monies de Oca.
"Hut thre is a grave question in
my mind as to Villa's sincerity In
Ihe move he Is making, (t is really
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Sugtar From Oittork hi Chkstgo
The ncllrltles of lh fetlernl agent Jr) running down pr.illlwm unrtiteml
Q "'rage and cara In Chicago largr IpMiUlllin of sugar whlrh Inul hern
brought hTe from Ontario nnd was leltlg held for litelirr p'l'wt
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(fly nsaoclatcd Press.
TOKVO. July 20. The Japanese
government has received a com
muuicallou from I lie United ttlalc,
it was' today announced, pointing
opt. among other ililngi, that Amer.
Ira is unable lo ncognlxe Japan'
occupation of tho northern half of
the Island of Saghalln.
Tho newspaper NlcliI JJIchl says
of I ho nature of (ho protest, how
ever, -that Ihe Impression exist hero
that (ho communication Is not In
reality a protest but rather An ex,
jioslUim or America' viewpoint on
Ihe occupation of Iliusian territory
Willi somellilng or America's all!
tilde towards lorrilory I" lie occu
Army to fifht mm
Illy Associated Press.
PAItia July 20.- General Krlc von
Ludcndorfn former clilef of the gen
eral staff of the German army, is
reported in a llerlin dispatch lo (lie
Journal lo have made an offer to
Ihe Urlluh charge d'affaires at Her
lin In raise an army of a million and
O' half men In fight Ihe Ilohevlki
in llussla, in exchange for the re
turn to Germany of Poseu and I lie
anniillnirnt of e'irlalii clnuioi in tli
treaty of Versailles, Among tlieui the
clauses dealing with Dantlg.
Jly Associated Press.l
NEW YOHIC. July 20.- Three all
metal monoplanes, carrying the first
transcontinental aerial mall, loft the
flying field In Central Park, on Umg
Island, this morning, ror Han Fran
cisco. Kt DcstitriMMce in
fly Associated Press.
LONDON, July so, -Kroner, Italy
and Gival llritalu arn in cnmnlrto
agreement regard the iieKotlaiions
with tho llusslan soviet government,
despito alatemcnla to the ronlrary
made ny "sensalonal and InaCcurnle
newspspers," declare Premier Lloyd
Ocorf.o in llie house of commons, in
roplj Ing to ipieslloipi concerning the
UiKWOVr MAN KOIWI)
CUIL-n' OK SL.UING WIFE
Dy Associated Press.
MANCIIKSTF.Il. VI, July 20.-lly-ron
petlllMine was tmlay fotuid
guilty of murder In the second de
gree for the nolsoning nf his wife at
their home In llenningloii, April 0.
llo was lhereuKMi sentenced to life
JAPAN KAHCS HCVtH.T ON
1S4.AM) OK FOKWOSA
lly Associated Press,
TOKYO, Japan, July SOA native
revolt has broken on Iho Japanese
island of KnrtuosB, Advlre from
Hint Islam I slated a xtnmg force of
nlxrlpliioi had risen In revolt
,1 against Japan in (lie Blilu Chi Kit
For Bflrnior Cox
Illy Assoelaled press.)
N'EW YOIIK. July iO. it was an
hounceil lwn lodny that William .
MrAiloo. noii-ln-law or President Wll
iuu and formerly secretary of the
Ireasurj". would deliver some cam
paign speeches In behalf of the can
diduey or Governor James M. Cog.
Now in Koyn
lly Associated Press. '
It WAItHAW." Poland, July 20. A
t-ovlet revplullon has started In
Knvno, where the Lithuanian gov
ernment haa lieen overlhv'wn, ae
cording lo wonl received here ttxtay.
Former G. A. R.
lly Associated Press.
CINCINNATI. OWo. July 20.
Cnptaiu Elian Monforl. former na
tional commander of the ((rood
Army, of the Republic, died here
SEKVICK CI.L'll ACTIVITIES.
lly II. de Vaughn Itobinson.'
The 2lllt lnfaulry Woman's Club
nterlalnel InU night al Ihe Service
Club with a -delightful whist parly.
llefreahineliU wern kennl liv an
able dnmnilltee under the direction
or Mrf.,Bhclly Itrooks, who is presi
dent of Ihe organitallon.
I liuxltm was ennui ted pome I mo
ago Tur chariliible purposes the aid
ing or soldier and their distressed
fniullloi has'-been their nrincinal
work, and during the late war the
scope or their nellville extended to
knitting. Ihir breimrlng of sunttcal
dressing ami tionpltnl work. Gcca
sloual visit are made lo the camp
hospital where the slclc are given
pleasant treat and flowers.
On Wednesday nlglil of each week
the 21th Inrantry Woman's Club will
meet after which whist and refresh
moots will be indulged,
The regular daneliiB elm will tin
held tonight at HUM o'clock slid
everyone Is cordially Invited. Music
will be furnished by n volunteer or
rbestrn from lh regimental band.
For several months Hubert V.
Carter ha been actively eonnrrlo.l
with Ihe Service Club as assistant
in ine hostess and tils services Imvn
been highly appreciated on alt occa
sions. Mr. Carter ha been especially
lucmiiicti wiin mo iiancing classes
as onn of the instructor and imtiv
new dances have liocn introduced
by him which have proved lo lie
favorites in the community. A ills.
charge it now awaiting him. Wm
wish lim well.
Mr. Underwood Entertain
Mr. IlliderwiVlil Of nnmn I-'iirlnnir
dcllghtfolly enlerlalned one alter
noon last week In liontr o Mr.
Ilallovnv or the loovec Imlel. IVII.
Ices Wee nerved. The guctla enjoy
ing Mr Underwood's hoHiitallty
wcii- rJesdAme trlriuli'- I L.
lliirkln-nd. J. II. Cox, Seamore Pearce
ai d tl. K Carter.
Dally Couvler, 75 cculs per nvoulti.
0rf TaJrr Mfttr In Luna County
"Peace, Progress and
Prosperity," Is The
(lly Associated press.!
WASHINGTON, I). C, July 20.
Tho Democratic parly'a campaign
war chest open to contributions
In any amount, George While, chair
man or the Democratic national
committee. Iodo announced.
Tim parly leaders, eold While,
"will examine the source, rather
than Ihe amount, or alt contribu
tions." Peace, PnioTfS Prosperity."
"Peace, Progress. ProfiHTty," will
lie tho three word slogan of Ihe
Democratic campaigners, t.lialnnan
White said, adding with this slnga'
the parly should lie "Cox-sure of
tin Will Sprlilo Hurprlw Alio. 7.
DAYTON. Olilo. July 20.-Perstl
flit rumor that Governor James M.
Made Agaist Pates
I lly Associated Pre :
LONDON. England. July S).
llnueil advanrs along virlually (he
whoh- fnml against the pole 4 re
iwrled in Weilnlay s ofrinal com
inunique rrom Moscow.
It was reported lint fierce fight
Ing had taken place In the Alexan-drlnvosk-Orianliorr
75 PER CENT COAL MIXES
IN INDIANA CLOSED: HTHIKK
lly Associated Press.
INDIANAP0L1H, Ind, July 20.
llcporl Imlay rnun Ihe Indiana coal
ricldi indicatisl at least hair or tho
mine In the slate were still idle a
a result of a alrlko of "day men"
which has been extended Into this
state from Illinois, where virtually
all Ihn mine are idle. Home million
Ul iwldO.perreiit ojjhijuimijjn
muiua wrni riwni oown.
WILLIAM It WIIJ.IAVIS (V.V)
APHMNTJCD ASST. SECT. WAII
(fly Associated Press.l
, WASHINGTON. D. C, July 20.
William II. WflliaiiM or Iticlimond,
yjrginia, was today apiwlnteil assist
ant werelury or war. succeeding
lleueillct Crowell, resigned.
W. G. CowcN Hone
Entered by Crook
ljile yesterday the Courier learn
ed that W. G. Cougill'a home had
been entered by. n sneak thier Ihe
same night that Ihe Dlalr residence
was nibbed ami Mr. Cow gills trous
ers were stolen.
Duke Cowglll works at the Co
limihus Electric plant, doe not ar
rive homo until midnight and It is
presumed he arrived home in time
to acare away tho thier. a nothing
else was missing.
Today Mr. Cowglll (routers were
returned to him, having lieen round
at the Illair home where they had
been left by the liner as he made
hi hurried exit.
WESTERN TRIANGLE PRESENTS
H- AND H
Susan Rocks the Boat
Also Big 2-Reel Comedy
Ma! rtv Gaaaka
Cox, Democratic preildnillal randl
dale, will spring a surprise upon hi
auditor in his formal speech of ac
ceptance to be delivered at Iho
county fair grounds, here August 7
apparently were given some founda
tion when tho governor announced
that one aecllon or Ihe addres
would bo withheld from Ihe press
until the morning or August 7. In
stead nf being mailed In advance to
newspaper throughout Ihe rounlry
with Iho remainder of the speech.
Asked wlijjher Ihe part of the
address withheld wpuld deal Willi
the league ot nations or the prohibi
tion question, IIm governor mtod
iialurediy, bill firmly, declined In
discusso (lie mailer, though he lull
mated (hat II unuld "have In do
with an imiHirtaut topic."
SearcMNf El Past Far
'Trunk Mystoty' Hi
EL PASO. Texas, July 20. -Pearch
ror Ihe slayer or Mr. Eugene lnv.
"trunk mystery murder victim,
suddenly ha switched from 1 VI rod
and New York to El Paso.
The Delroll police believe (hat Ihe
woman's husband, for whom a war
rant charging first degree murder
had been Issued earlier In the day,
rilher is headed this way or already
It has been learned that lytiiy's
teal namo la 0. J. Fcrnande. that
he I a Mexican and that hx father
or his brother la a ennsulr .repre
sentative of the da facto govenmienl
In some Texas city.
On receipt of an urgent telegram
from Captain E. II. Fox. in charge
of (lie IVIroit detective bureau,
Chlel Montgomery Immediately gul
into communication with K. W.
nctkahlrc.JiuperxJawri In shargcji
Immigration on Ihe Mexican border.
0 If leer al ail porta were ordered
10 watch for Fernandez, but It i Ih.
1 loved most likely Hint he plan to
escape from the country by way of
El Paso and Juarez, and especial
precaution will lw taken here lo
Nr his way over Ihe International
llcir'n Devrrlptliui of "Lrnly."
Age. 21 yean; height, S feel 1T or
11 inches; weight. IAS pounds; com
plexion, dark; hair and ryes, black,
hair combed straight buck anil look
"oily"; facial peculiarity, note unu
sually long and bent In one side.
He is O. J. Fernandez, alia 0. J.
Wood, alia Eugene lroy. wanted
In Detroit for Ihe murder of hli
wile, whoo Ixidy wis shipped In a
trunk to New Y'ork.
Fernandez is believed to bo In El
I'aso, awaiting an opportunity to
slip Into Mexico. Chief Montgomery
has asked thai the public aid hi
own men and government men at
the brldgca by keeping watch for
him- on El Paso street and Juarez
Ilemlng Attorney Herr.
Judge It. F. Hamilton, attorney of
Doming, has lieen In Colmnlnu for
a couple nl daya on professional