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TIIIJUL TiLitSLn TIIIJULARCADIA
I THE D S TOCO COU S
n xxix
ARCADIA FLORIDA THURSDAY TEBB Tlip 1 1815 1815News 1
News is the Official Paper of the Board Qf Public Instruction of DeSoto County ounty also Publishes All the itv mild
ITISH IREJOICING REJOICING HAS HASEEN HASEEN HASEEN
EEN TURNED INTO DISMAY DISMAYBY DISMAYBY DISMAYBY
BY GERMAN SUBMARINES
I
KB IJKITISII SHIPS HAVE HAVEEN 11 II1VEN n I Is
EN s HUNK IN L THE LAST THIK THIKSIX TiiHtBIY
SIX HOURS JlOl ns IS HY GERMAN GERMANDMARINES Olm IS IS11I 1ANMIRLAFS
DMARINES 11I Ts AFTER A BRIEF BRIEFLL DIlIEI1 DIlIEI1L BRIFL
LL L rx ACTIVITIES OPERA OPERAJNS mIluSS OPERAN4
JNS SS CONFINED TO ENGLISH ENGLISHAMI
1 AMI 0 IRISH SEA SKAHAN 5 5MAN SEAMAN
MAN CHANCELLOR CHANCELLORMAKING CHANCELLORMAKING CHANCELLORMAKING
MAKING PEACE HINTS HINTSIJKITIHII HINTSBRITISII HINTSiIRITISII
IJKITIHII GOVERNMENT TO TOK TOIS TOE
K IN CHARGE THE COUN COUNL8 COUSt
ill
L8 S ENTIRE t Tmy ENGINEERING ENGINEERINGDE
1DE DE FOR Oll TIlt PURPOSE OF OFREASING OFIIEASISG OFal
al REASING OUTPUT Of WAR WARSlTIONS WAilITIOSS WARITIONB
SlTIONS SlTIONSdon ITIOSSdln ITIONBw ITIONBdon
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don March 10 10After After I n brief briefictlvltles brhfctlvltlel briefctlvities
ictlvltles of the German O rmllu ubmii liulJmllho ubmiinan
U nan ho been u resumed rClum I with redoubled redoubledThree rc redoublelThrew oulJl < I IThrt
Three Thrt British I1rltl h chips hlp have been beenin lIt1IIn beenin
in the last In t thirtysix hour and ander millI
er I r ehas hnI l hut miimiKed m tnm1I to IIIwin IH IHbwlng cswing
bwlng win wing to superior npeed JlIII and tea tealp WIIIp sonip
Ip Tb The Tanplstnn TaD tnll whoso de deou Ihou detIt
tIt ou cost l t the lives of thlrtyHevvu thlrtyHevvuunk tblrtlielcu1k
unk 1k off Scarborough In the theBoa theSea
dq Boa > 11 The Hluckwoort was wn sunk sunkKncllsh HllllkIIIII
1 Kncllsh IIIII II channel off UiiHtlngx UiiHtlngxe llllRtlnlHIrln Hatingslrinces
e Prlncpfw Irln s Victoria was sunk lInk off offool oIYI
ool I In the Irish fien Itrltlsli ItrltlslinK
nK tJ over the success of the In Inonal I Ional 1anal
onal fleet loet In th the Dardnnelies Dardnneliesen Danjn llI llIntunlOIIIo <
en iunuHlio n turned to dismay dismayDally dl dismayDaily mll mllDally
Dally Telegraph Parts eorre eorrent corrent eorrent
nt says IIN bo learns that Dr Von VonlannIlollwcR YonnDnI1ollwel Vonof
of lannIlollwcR nnn Itollweg tho German Ira Irachnnrellor hubnnltllor tinchancellor
chancellor will milk a state staten tnh tnhn
n the tb relchsllii today tOil II setting BettlnKhe I ttln ttlnhe
he terms < on which Gertnnny G rUlnIlY Is Isto IIIto Isto
to make pence pencehoiiR IXnlOhOIlf4 peacehouse
house of commons has given the thoincut t themoot h hmllIt
moot authority to take over the thel
l of the countryB entire InlI InlII > n nta t tlc
lc I a trade and II nil to place It under underiblned ulll1erbln1 underbinel
iblned management for the pure purContinued IlurContlnuld pureContinued
Continued on Pago Six
J MEDAL D IN CHAUTAUQUA PIANO PIANOCONTEST PIANOCONTEST PIANOCONTEST
CONTEST AWARDED TOMORROW TOMORROWI
I Talent Now In Training For Shakespearean Play PlilyMrs PlilyMrsr Mrs MrsC
r C W V Bell Member King School of Oratory In InCharge InCharge InIl
Il Charge
e
t II L11 0 V > Cbo < he s Bowdoii fIIIou of the cbou cbouVvgwen Ihnuo chnuwell
U o ov Vvgwen isxrn e u well attended IIltcUI ntu ntuth nllttbc and andt
t1
t tbc the bfilo Plo hare been well pleas pllnKth
th cauJ ea eat performance yet et prolui proluionday IJruhuonday i ionday
onday evenings enlns program attract attractlargest nltrllctlargest attractlargest
> largest crowd crowl und the wont fa falo tnIe fa7o
lo comment of any 1111 previous KIS KISAt ccsAt CN CNI
At I this session Mr III Raymond Raymondbaritone Ruwondbaritone Raymondbaritone
baritone and nuiidcnl u1uslcal uHlcnl monoU mOllollI monologist monologistt > jslt jsltit I It
it t bin beat Ills tones tOUl were lira ilruiand illUIand liraand
and musical He was greatly up uptied liPted upted
ted and roundly applauded nt ntoncluslon ntDclu atacluston
oncluslon Dclu Ion of each number Mr MrKings Mrings II IIInWl
Kings again tonight and nll < l no lover loverxl IUnrxl
xl music can afford to ndsa thin thinhearers 1101 1101benrllH thishearers
hearers of Miss Gay Oll Xonohi Xonohiurcn Zutolaron lollI lollIren
urcn ron arc uiiMtlnted UIIHtlnt l1 In their theirof t1l1 theirof lr lrot
of her presentation of the piny pinyht 1I1ayht pinya
a ht and Paid For Her dtUnea dtUneaf
> f tho various characters of the thebowed IbebOl thebowed
bowed bOl < l her lo 0 be ah artist artistfollowing nrtbttoll artistfullowlug
following toll 0111 III young OUII lad ladies ten entered tUtoivdlano clltel enteredtuna 1 1Inllo
tuna content lit the afternoon afternoonMlns ses sesMiss i iMIJ
Miss MIJ < rurene Lurch Cnrlton Aren AI Arcadia ArcadiaAutk 11III 11IIIAnnie < lh lhAnnie
Annie Knight Murdock Miss MiesTrice MissTrice lItt lIttTrlcJ
Trice Arcadia Slim llitdnui l1llIIalullta llitdnuiPunta IhehtaPunta
Punta Gordn and 311ns II Minnie Minnient lIulllct
nt t Wanchuln Wanchulntho Wauchulathe onchulntho
tho young OIlU ladles played the thees thlhl4 Iii Iiilies
lies es Dance J > anre by Edward J wnr1 Jlc Jlcill Mcii Ie IeII
ill II and the ixirforuinnco of each eachvery lOIhery eoc h hvery
very ery creditable Indeed The Thewill lbeII
II will announce till winner of ofold ofold ofold
old medal ml < ol offered o < < erl < l n as I n 1 prize prl < j tow tos to If Ifw toew toes
> w w I
s mnrnltiK Dr Charles 1lnrle B I ur urdelivered UIdelerod ardellvennd
delivered his lecturo Chain Chainting Chainlag
ting 101 before tho school blldrtn 3l1dlno
o city elt having also nl o many fatlicrs fatlicrsraoUicrs tlllhrrmoUlerll fathersmothers
mothers In the audience Dr DrBy Ury Dry
By y knows children and ho gave tavon 111 111n
n most valuable talk on habit Uahltdnjt Hnblthilt habitlug
hilt We could but feel that It Itsslble ItIblotblJt ttthin
sslble IblotblJt thin this lecturo alone could be ber beworth beworth
r worth tho entire cost lO t nt the theauqua tbeauqua theauqua
auqua Dr Vnrney lectures lecturesF
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t
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New Orleans March 10 10The 10Tbu 10The
+ The Homnu Catholic church churchthrough churchthrough
+ through Cardinal CardinalGibbont Olbbonl has hasformally bilKtorwull hasformally +
+ formally requested rl1ul t 1 Prctldent PrctldentWlltion 1ryldentWilson +
Wilson uud Ktwrelnry Hlrelnr Bryan to totake +
take t 1ke Htepn to re restore toru pence penceand Jxacnand 11 11lIud
and order ot dcr In Mexico Thin Thintttutcment ThlHIitatelDllIt Thisstatement +
tttutcment wan given In oil by byOirdlual byCardinal 1
Cardinal IJlnnl Gibbons today toIIIaflr toIIIaflra after aftera
+ a conference last night with withthe wllktbu withthe
the head of the church In Mex MexIco Mexico ex exGEmI
Ico IcoGERMANY icoGERMANY +
+ + + +
GERMANY GEmI Y MAY MA HE CONQITIKKR CONQITIKKRTIIOLflH coSQl1ml1CTIlOCOII CONQUEiERTIIOUGiI
TIIOLflH SHE GAIN lS NOT AN INCH INCHIxiudon ISCIIloudoll INCHLoudon
Ixiudon March 10 10UCUtllN ReutwH s Am AmKterdam Amsterdam m mIerdnm
Kterdam correHv eortrslxmdcmt < > ndent says IIII the lie Uer Oerman Uertunn Uermaim
man newspaper Vowiierts Vuw OWU1t nerts reproduces reproduceHun rl reproducesan rolllrlll rolllrlllun
un article from the WopcnHlhrlft n nBerlin nDlrHII nBerlin
Berlin weekly lllkl by I 1rof Piul III Paul I Itohr Itohrtlicl 11011 11011Ulh Rohntech
tech Ulh which tho VorwncrtH fay In rays re refllctH rcIhoclN reflects
fllctH the ofllclal view viewThe IhwTim viewThu
The paper pllP < r says IIH that Frederick 1rl l rlck the theGreat theGIrnt towGreat
Great was the tl1 oouiuvrcr In this seven HCVIMIyearn HI1I1IllIrH sevenyears
years yearn llIrH war although he fulled to get geta
a square mile IIf if territory tlrrltol and only onlyheld onlyhlld onlyheld
held his hi own by h Ktrulnlng every CIlr nerve nerveProf lIertlrof nerveProf
Prof Itohrbach coutlunes th thcorrexpondcnt the thtjrr thecorrespondent
correspondent jrr pondellt considers that leruin Germnny leruinny Iermlln
ny n likewise might regard herself vie vlctorlotiH vietorious Il IltorlollN
torlotiH If ut the cud ull of the struggle Ktruggliher fltrulle11lr struggleher
her combined enemies were obliged ti tiilesLrit to toIlesL4t todesist
desist In attempting IItlcDlI > tlnl to destroy lie liemilitary her herm hermilitary
military m 111111 1 power and 11111 fnll nil back II Ik on the thtKnme Ihenml thesame
same cundlllon ns II l before > the wnr thvi thviHtKiilfyliiK thus thuHhenlfhl thussignifying
signifying henlfhl their resources re OllrlllI were ex exhiiusted oxJlllull exhnusttl
hiiusted I morn illicitly than Germany GermanyIn
In that ca case e without fighting the tlichtrugKlo thetruIIII thestruggle
htrugKlo out tu a complete triumph triumphOermiiny trlulDIbarmlmy triutnphGermany
Germany might enter u new epoct epoctwhich epocbwhich epos eposwhich
which might ml ht hold better ironpeetH 1101 Prosier < ts He HeOM IllnlHO li lialso
also OM > develop the theory thror that a last lasting latIn lasting ¬
ing In rln1C eace with Russia U I unthinkable unthinkableuud 1I11lblnknbhutd unthinkableutld
uud utd that therefore n wrlous Will Is lu lucvltable III1lIn inevitable >
evitable cvltablePKRMAN 1lIn evitableGERMAN hiI hiImItlAS
+
GERMAN CRUISER PDINZ PDINZEITEL rmszEITEl PDINZEITEL
EITEL FRIKDRICII I SHOWS IP IPNewport UPNewport 1 1IWII1
Newport News ew March 10 toThe toTheOermnu 10TheGerman The TheGerman
German cruiser rul < 1 Prlnr Eltel Irledrlcli Irledrlcliubout 1rlldrlrhllbollt Friedrichabout
about which there has been much mys mystery myftoter myster ¬
tery ter arrived nrrl < 1 off this port this morn mornlug mornIDI mornIng
lug IDI Her IK bow > W appear from a distance uUtanccto
to lie damaged and she Is thought to tobe tobe tolie
be In need of coal
again tonight his subject lIubJ Ct beln being Aj Ajpies Ape Apeplea Atpies >
pies of Gold There should nat bo left leftstanding leftstundlnl leftstanding
standing room In the aiKiittirlui aiKiittirluiThere aooltJrlulDThere atxlit wium wiumThere
There will not be beit If you 01 could onl onlknow onlkllow only onlyknow
know what la coming comingWe comingWe comingWe
We take the opportunity of announc announcing announcing ¬
ing this early earl In advance that next nextMonday nextMonday ltt lttMonda
Monday Monda evening the th n audience dUiu will he hegreeted 10I togreeted
greeted by the Byron W King RIll plnym plnymIn 1lnnrIn
I In the great Suakerfiiirciir Sbnke1 IIIU play 1111 Thu ThuMerchant ThuMerchant rhuMerchnut
Merchant of Venice 11111 Thin rlll play pIn will willbe II1 II1be
be presented by h local talent In full JnllcoKtnrae fullcostume 1111 1111cI
costume cI < tum Mr 1111 O W t Hell 11 member ineaiberof
I of that King IIII School of Elocution anal umlDramatic unllDrnmntlc analDramatic
Dramatic Art of Plttsburs Iu I a nr nrrived IIrrh1 are arerltasl
rived In the city lIl several wral days ngo and andIs nlll nlllI andis
Is I glvlne her attention to the ruining tralnllllof trainingof ruiningof
of these lo lInl < nl people 1l IIIIi We know Imo per perwpiiiilly persunnily er
wpiiiilly 111111 of Mrs lfIt hells ability IIhllll an ti titrainer ntlillcr atrainer
trainer and the players are tc to be con congriitnlated conrullllllh1 congratuluted
griitnlated In hnvtng hlllllI him rhtg her In charge chll lu of oftheir oftheir If Iftheir
their performance performanceHILLY 11CrtornllllllULL performanceDILLY
HILLY lULL SUNDAY RUSU PUTTING PUTTINGROLLERS IVMISGItOLLEUSUSDEft IUTT 1I C CROLLERS
ROLLERS ItOLLEUSUSDEft UNDER EM EMHilly E EMBilly I Inlll
Hilly nlll Sunday HUlldn says IIn s that Philadelphia Philadelphiapeople IhllnIelpblapeapll Philadelphiapeople
people are going goill to hell In ear load loadTliiiesInlon londI1I1I loadlots
lots TliiiesInlon TliiiesInlonWhat 1IuiesUuionWhat < I1I1I I1I1IWhut
What I Is he trying tr lnl to do doboost boost the therefrigerator thefrlllrnlll thetrfrlgcrntot
refrigerator cur trusts trl1l1t garnet game We Weneed Weneed 1 1need
need all the ho refrigerator cars we can canget CIlIIget canget
get to ship oranges oranges grape nlo fruit and andfresh nlldtnh amidfresh
fresh vegetables In to Philadelphia Philadelphiannd lbllpdelpblnanll
and other northern point unit un until UIItII mmtil ¬
til we 0 move our crops > i before you ou start startthe startIho starttime
the big hll crowd The devil can can wait for forfuel tortUII forfuel
fuel but the north neeijn tie ds our truck truckCOAL trl1cknoli truckraw
raw noliCO1 rawCOAL
+
COAL HEAVERS HEAVERSGO nyA nns nnsGO
GO BACK ACt ON THfi Jf JfLiverpool JnlJ JnlJLhcrpool JfIILiverpool
Liverpool March 5 1ITbe Tho strike of ofcoal otcoal ofcoal
coal heavers which has hn delayed dllnl the de depnrture departure tc tcparture
parture of govern lIOernl trnnnAtlatul trnns Attu ntb I 1111 1111ers llnera In Inere
ere was settled yesterday and nnt Uu ll men lurnreturned menreturned I Iretained
returned to work
ALLIES MAKING C SLOW BUT BUTSUREPROGRESSINFORCIl BUTSUREPROGRE BUTSURE
SUREPROGRESSINFORCIl SUREPROGRESSINFORCIlv SUREPROGRE SURE PROGRESS SIN fORCING INFORCINGPASSAGE fORCINGPASSAGE
v PASSAGE DARDANELLES DARDANELLESBad Of nARD A NELLES NELLESBad I
Bad Weather Conditions Have Hindered HinderedOp Operations Operationsof ration rationof
of the Allies But ThirtyFive Thousand Soldiers Soldierssist S SoldersAre l J JAre
Are Reported TNow Be On the Way ToA
sist Their Succes SuccesConstantinople Constantinople ons tantinople ReportedfTo ReportedfToBe Reported RcportedBe a aBe
Be In State of Panic PanicGERMANS < 1 A Ai I
i I IGERMANS
Ji JiGERMANS
GERMANS GERMANSDENY DENY TH T THEM t ALLIES CLAIMSay CLAIMS CLAIMSSay
Say That Not A ASingle Single Ship HajEntcred HasEnt Has Entered ed the t1 i Turkish Mine MineFields MineFields MineFields
Fields and nd That Thatthe the AlliesLand Allies Land Force ForcessIavc avc av Been BeenDriven BeenDriven BccnDriven
Driven Back By the thcGermansltali5n Germans ItaliotfSqiiad ItaliotfSqiiadron Squad Squadron
ron At Sea SeaTh Thought g hto To Be c QjjTWay 1fVa i Way Y 1 1To i iTo 3To
I To Dardanelles y n
+ m
London March 10 10lthOugb l0AlthougL Although the thespoil uuiIIII tbdslsll
spoil of bud bu < l weather has hlllllrl hlllllrloplrntlon hlndereill hinderedthe hinderedtheoperations e eoperations
operations of the fleet 111 < 1 the British land tfliidrrriich landIrrneh alld alldrI1fh
rrriich war ships which nre forcing forcingIlic
the passage pns < nll of the riiinlniiolles uttack uttackioutlmies IIttlllktlllllH attackcrntinnes
ioutlmies tlllllH with slow IIIII hurt Mire success successA HI HIcll successA
A veil cll of silence HIII11 null mystery 1 tn shr sterl Ms Msthrown 1ft 1ftthrown isthrown
thrown over the plans llnll for hold ojiorn ojiorntlons uIlImtlolIH ulcrmutlous
tlons tint It Is L rcK lIlorh1 > rled on reliable nil nilthorlty 111Ihollt ntlthnrlt
thorlty Ihollt that twentytwo transports transportsbearing trnllslortsorlllJ trammiportsfearing
bearing orlllJ IhlrtytUc Ihlrtfil thousand troops troopsare trllopnro troopsarc
are on tin way wn to tin Ih Dardanelles Dardanellessphere Iardmu lles llessphere
sphere H Ihtrl of action actionReports IIcllonsReporlN actionsReiwrts
Reports that lint tbr of the forts fortsguarding fortsguarding
guarding na r < lhll the th narrow one tin tin Kit Kitrnpenn luropean 11 1110pllIl1
rnpenn mid IIn < l two on the Asiatic Hide nil nilarmed nilRrmlll allarmed
armed with fourteen Inch gnus > 1 have haveboon hll hllbltn hnv hnvbeen
boon silenced < I bare Increased the ron ronfldcnrc 1011llenre confidenee
fldcnrc of tho British public that their theirwar 111111wnr theirwar
war shins will force the th straits straitsIn Imll ImllIn
In addition to thn military Wllltnr and em emnoinlo Ito1I0mlc
noinlo Importance the Ihy61 opening 0111nl of the thenlnvlts thelrnltH the thestraits
straits would hoverthf hnllth have the allle are nr said saidto ald aldto Illt Illtto
to believe 111e It would < l have nil Immense Immenseeffect Imwu1lflI immenseeffect
effect not only onl on Turkey Tllrl but on Tur Turkeys 1111kl Turkeys ¬
keys kl neighbors fircere nr already nllnI Is I In Involved Inoll Involved ¬
volved oll < d In n eonKtltnlloiml crisis over overthe 01the overthe
the Dardanelles nnd It was rex rlllOrllfl rlllOrllflterllnr itiwrtedysterdnr > rted rtedyesterday
yesterday terllnr that n similar crisis bad tinJarisen 1111 1111nrillell badarisen
arisen In Bulgaria where It wits said saidthe Fnlllthl saidthe
the premier has demanded < 1 Interven Intervention hmterveution ¬
tion on tho side leII of r the allleH mill a In oppo opposition opposition ¬
sition to this wMics IIIh w Lhs of Klnjs KIll IVrdl IVrdlnnnd Ferdinand rdl rdlnllllel
nnnd who It Is 1 < declared hllnrl < I desires to toremain 10rmnln toremain
remain neutral neutralIn
In Greece 011 > 31 > 1 iomiarls hat hn under undertaken 1111llrtnkell nndertnkeu
taken to form ti 1 cabinet to snweed snweedthat sucrueithat 11 CIt1 CIt1Ihat
that of M I V VnIzeloH 11171 and threatens threatensto
to dissolve dl olt parliament If that body bodydoes hOllydOl bodydoes
does dOl not endorse 1111101 his policy ltllh of friendly frltIIII
GERMANS SINK SINKTHREE SINKTHREE SINKTHREE
THREE VESSELS VESSELSNO
NO W RNINO GIVEN IN rI EITHER EITHERINSTANCE EITm1IPSTSCI EITiERINSTANCE
INSTANCE AND Sn SAILORS HAD HADHIT IIDmT HIDIIlT
HIT LITTLE CHANCE FOB FOBTHEIR lORTmm FORTHEIR
THEIR LIVES WAS WORK OK OKMOKE mIO OEMORE
MORE IO THAN Th AN ONE RAIUEK RAIUEKLondon uumnIondoll HAIIERLondon
London March 10 10Gerlllllll Gorman sub submarines mhIImrlnN suhninrlnen ¬
marines nppeared nppear d early lnrl Tuesday Tuesdn morn morning nmornIllclP ¬
lug nt three tllII ew widely w IItIII IllclP separated Hl 1t Ilrnlell lKlnts lKlntson 1 1on tai t l is
on the Ilrltlsli const and It Is stated statedofficially statedofficially 11I1t 1 1officlnllr
officially without giving warning nrnllll to totb 10Ihll tothus
tb thus crews sank three thrf Ilrltlsh mere merchant 1I11rChlillt merechntt ¬
chant steamers steamersIn tlnmlrIn
In one case IIII < l that of tho steamer steamerTnnglstan stenmcrTnngistnn hnllrTnnlllllnn
Tnnglstan which was torpedoed tor1l < lOIII off offScarborough ocrHmrborullgh oirFenrboruugh
Scarborough In thin North Fen thir thirtyseven Ihlrmln thartysevetm ¬
tyseven men of her crew Irel of thirty thirtyeight Ihlrt Ihlrteight thirtyeight
eight are nr missing m nl The attack which whichcent whlthNlt whichseat
cent Nlt the he Tanglstnii TIIIII lnll to the bottom was wasramie waRmule wasmade
ramie half nn hour after midnight midnightAt
At 1 0 oclock In the morning another anothersubmarine anothersubmarine
submarine 111111111 rille sank II nk the steamer Black Hlackwood nlncklood Blacksvoocl
wood off Hustings J111 tlllgJl In the English RnglMichannel lnllIhchollnel Englishchannel
channel while n third guhmnrlun snnk snnkthe snnlctime nnl nnlthe
the steamer Princess Victoria off Liverpool Liv rI rIrrpoo riverpnnl ¬
erpool rrpoo nt 0115 oclock oclockNews ocloclSes oclockNews
News of the latest exploits of Her Herman Orrmnll tiermaim ¬
man submarines lime just Ju t OH thc thoItrltlsh theUrltlsh
Itrltlsh public was waN congratulating congratulatingthemselves colIlrntulatlnthelDsehI1I congrahdatingthemselves
themselves that the threatened Ger German GerUliln tierman ¬
man sea blockade had been n failure failureTlic tnlluflTllo failureTime
Time official report announcing the thetorpedoing Ihltorpollll thetorpedoing
torpedoing of the Itrltlsh steamers steamersTnnglstaii steamersTnngistnn lenmNIITnnll
Tnnglstaii Tnnll lnll niackwood Blackw ootl and Princess PrincessVictoria lrlnllllI PrincessVictoriathe
Victoria Iorlntllo I < tho two former cargo rants boa boatsand rantsnnd Is IsamI
and the latter onon olle n coastwise constw iso passen passenger pn passenger n nIr ¬
ger steamer ltellmerlndlllItlll Indicates that the tier Oorman GIrmall tierman
man submarined again are raiding at atwidely nlwldllr atwidely
widely separated points around th thIlrltlsh the thelJrlllllh thisBritish
Ilrltlsh Isles IRII An each nch of the twain twainwas hontn boatswas >
was n torpedoed In n period of less than thannine thllnnIne thannine
nine hours It would seem probable probablethat probablethnt probablethat
that they thl were unk by b different un under uader 11 11derwaler ¬
derwaler der water boats boatsAn batsAn boatsAn
An official announcement just Issued Issuedshows III1ul issuedsbosrs < l lsbo
shows sbo that German submarines yes yesContinued YCltContlnuld yesContinued
Continued on Page Sir
tuufrallty nlIfrnllt toward townrdtthoplllos thoplllo tbo 1I11I11 It U isbe isbeIicted lit lit1tl11 be beUnfed
Unfed lu l fxiiidij Imdc ndtnl i however bO ef r that the thui Ib IbIII1111 the1svRlo
i III1111 Vplo vlil 1111 force t force r t the Greek govern governnifiit government towrn1lInt
nifiit to Intervene and that M Ven VenIwlos ezm ezminil 11 111rJOII
Iwlos inil i will toonbe mwun be bock In office pttlccTlm officeTltt fl1 I ITho
Tlm IMIIIIO In Constantinople has hasIKVII III IIIen tinslien >
lien en Increased Jnlflao < ed by 11 the stories told icy iiyInrcc hyIlIrlc icylarge
large iinmlwrs of refugees arriving arrivingfrom nrrlhl nrrlhltroln arrlthtgauto
from auto lime he I ardahcllei I1nrlnh > ll district inv invtlie lays laysthe
the Dully I Dnll > nll Malls Salonika corrcsiwnJ corrcsiwnJrut
rut Most Iot of the shops In Constanti Constantinople C Coustnntlnople < tnRhntlIInple ¬
nople are closed and the banks have havetransferred hnlu11II1I liavoU
transferred 11II1I U tcrred everything movable to K1 K1nlcli ROIIleh Kunleh
nlcli A tsla Mln ln iItorr iItorrltetlln Ilpor IlporJletlln 11101IIIII1
Jletlln I March JO J0Troops Troops landed landedby landedby
by I the nines to nttnck time Dardanelles Dardanellesforts I igmrtlnnehhcsforts >
forts have hl IKCII driven back h k to ttelr ttelrslil Ihlrhll tErirshills
slil shills hll > H hy h thin Turks llk after sufTcrln sufTcrlnheavy RltTelllblnly sttirerluernes
heavy losses I says nM n Constantinople ConstantlunpledlspMtcli Constantinopledlsintell 1
dlspMtcli dlI > lIlcl received r lthe < I by h the otncln oftlclnUr oftlclnUr1I tlyr
Nniui 1I inn 11 IS ncwn as agency nlfnr today Till TimGcriht TimGcrihtjoielrtraeerts J111 flcrSiiii flcrSiiiiprci Oe 1ii11 1ii11jf
prci jf joielrtraeerts nsserU H rb lint the Tlrllhli itdur itdurrnlljH 1Ilninrllll udut udutrallys
rnlljH rllll alinounceinent 1II1l01lU < 1II111t of snccesM In thi thiPurdunellex the IhofardIl11l1I1 theiardanelles
Purdunellex > oiHnitlons IH untrue nnt nntthat nail nlHlIhnt nailthat
that ns II an actual fact not u Mugl Muglship HhllIRbll sins sinsship
ship has 1m > reached the TurkUii Turkl il mini miniHeJifs mllllIr mineIldtfr
HeJifs Ir Attempts thII11I11 to make lllIk an elTertlt elTertltlanding effetIInudlug
landing has Im < l tHOI1 < en a complete lallure lallurePublic 11111111IlIhllo Itilluweuhtlc
Public spirit slit it In Coiihtnntlnople IIIH III full fullconfidence fulltrtnlidelns
confidence 1111 < 1111 In the otitcoine tad IniiJ IniiJness buslnese II IIlIe
ness lIe H Is 1 normal normalJcnevii normnlNlelu normaltcuevml
Jcnevii Nlelu Switzerland Marcn 10 10According H1A 10Aceordlag
According A < lOrdhl to the Tribune in 11 IMlltii IMlltiisquadron ltoIlIlIlIlll1ulroll Ittllntsquudrnn
squadron consisting of two luittl luittlships lUltlrbltlll hitttlshllus
ships and several cruisers ha put I Iwn 10 10II tscum
wn II prolmbly going to the Dnrdanell DnrdanellIt + r rIt
It ways I M tin liiforiuatlon none 11111 Inn Innn I In 111n
n reliable count lie In Vlenmi
DELIGHTED WITH WITHTHE WITHTHE WITHTHE
THE OUTLOOK OUTLOOKPROMINENT
PROMINENT RAILWAY IIMLW OFFI OFFICIALS on11 on11CLI OFIICL1iS ¬
CIALS CLI IN ARCADIA ARC 1DIA TODAY i1 i1II i iU
II S N OFFICERS AND SD DIRKC DIRKCTORS nnltCTOItS I1RECT0it8
TORS IN TillS SECTION ON IS IS8PKCTION ISSIICTIOS INSPEC
8PKCTION SPEC ION TOUR TOURA TO VIe VIe11I
A 1 special 11I < lul train over time P C II IIRallllnr i N NRailway NRallwa
Railway Rallwa entile 111111 up from Iloca Oramle Oramlethis Ornnlllthl Grandethis
this thl > l morning bringing n party llIrt of prcm prcmIncnt prIIInent prcurlnent
Incnt capitalists and rnllnmd mw mwnates 1111 1111natlH tnagfates
fates Among them were Mr Ir Tame JamesM Tnlnl1M
M Olfford < 1 president l > of the C II IIN IL A AN tN
N Ralhvny Ralllln Mr Peter It IlrailKv IlrailKvvlco IIr itratli II y yvice I Ivlco
vlco president of the O H Iv IvRalho > t S SIlalhvay NRailway
Railway Ralho Mr Ir I SI Kout Ollt < cecond cecondvice nrrulvico Iul
vice 100 president pre lIlInt and general mannc r I of oftho ofthe > < t ttho
tho O II IL N and Colonel C 11 11SfcCnll nMcCnll IIMcCall
SfcCnll the general e1lPl1l1 freight mil pas ravwnger laKFlfner passenger
wnger agent of that popular road rradThe roadThe In InThe
The entire directorate of the th mad Iflil wn wnon was wason
on bfcnrj They J11 have lieen ttvif are t the thelino IhlUno theline
line taping tal < lnJ n look nt the 0 If IIproperties ft < M Mproperties oJ oJ1IroP
properties 1IroP < rlllf < and Incidentally IlIdIIIIIII invcxtlfnt invcxtlfntIK aivcstlcnttag 111I000tIII
IK III the tb < > uliospliate Jlho lhnt Industry vlilcli whllllth tduklithey vlilclithey
they th are nr largely Interested In Inilea IM us ustft II IItCJ ento
tft general cimdltlons l1ltloIlN in this Motion etlon etlonu lIon lIonwhich I Iwhich
which u lmlch th the hoy trod looks good 10 < 111 to then tlieinTliey tlltnTlIy thenThey
They left today toclu for New IW y lie ot n t and andHoston nll1Jtrntoll nudIlnston
Hoston except x < tpt Colonel SleCnll 1 < II nnd nndwo nlulvoolll nudwessnuldnt
wo wessnuldnt voolll wouldnt < llIt let him go Iohl he Is I too If1 < J CIHM CIHMn good goodn
n l booster > for this till country l1trr to let get getnuay Ietowa getaway
away nuayf owa awayHIIW
owam
f BBV m OF OJ STEVMER STE IEn I ILEAVE
STEIJIERLEAVE IEnI LEAVE I 1 IUVRKI IUVRKIllrent 11 i1VRE i1VREItroct IU IUJlrlt
llrent March 0 OTh Tho crew err1 uf th thsteamer tht this thisstenmor
steamer t llmor Dacln seized by b n I Krench Krenchcruiser 1Irnl1crulr Irenchcruiser
cruiser while on tho way from Gainer Gainerton Jnlveston Olf4lon
ton Texas Te I1R to Rotterdam with ss ttlm a cargo cargoof Clrtllot cargotsf
tsf of cotton consigned to o Bremen reluen left leftfor lenfor leftfor
for Havre last night nightCHICAGO I1I1htCII nightCIi1CAGO
CHICAGO CII CGO MARKETS MARKETSChicago lfAIIUETSChlcaltO MARIETBChicago
Chicago MarchD March GlIlny Slay wheat 117 117corn JI7com 187corn
corn 73 7 i 12 oats oatar C5 38 pork pod nndlard podlar andlard
lard lar < nominal rib r1M 002 fIlI fIlIo
o
t
A
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t
+ w w w ws
> s cH I LAND
+ + + + + + 4
slat 10 10IIomblrdllli
IIomblrdllli ColUlunlh10111 oop rmk rk sit 11 conr conrInl coals coalstag
tag italloni italloniuthors Inl onlhTo on h sou shoe shoeof b bot
ot Ull DI lack Ck flea till the > hlulan hlulanNt
flxt Nt Nttin tin Humin Sunday hlll jIvi jIvisteamers 111 111slcnwCrH
steamers and dnlnl1leII tflrlI tflrlIothe
ethers othe and set t lire to the town townof IUIIIbt tawuhf
of bt Koslu ucctirdlng IIC IIdllll tu an of ofndnl offnclnl
fnclnl tidal Htntement today tUlIII Among Amongthe +
the vessels sunk lIlIk wan tin Italian Italianand Itnlltmand lnlllll1ulld
and a Persian 1 rllIn i steamer steamert < tenmerINDIANA tll1l11lrt +
t sY t s tj les W W > t > K f t X tt > a st f st i t > ii iiINDIANA 1 1ISIJLS
INDIANA MAN KILLS WIFE WIFEAND WIFEAND In Inom
AND om THEN SUICIDES
Jtlilimcno Iud March 10 lOthnll 10Na 10Nathat Nu Nuthnii
that Illlllng 11 III II I 4r > shot and killed kllh 1 his hiswife hl hiswlfc
wife here last In t night wounded n IMJ IMJllccmnn I IlICtmnn Iulicrman
llccmnn who atteuipteil I to capture him himand hllllnllll hhuand
and after nf er a revolver battle III It It with twen twenty 11nt tweety ¬
t ty officers killed himself himselfHilling hllD himselfIllllhng elf elf111II111
Hilling fled to u barn after killing killingIlls klllhiglabs 11111111hi
Ills hi wife Patrolman 1ntt nlmntt John Cully Cull nnd nndtwo 111111two nudtw
two tw o hON who followed him were tnt initby 11Itby tntby
by a hall of bullets two of which u Idch ht htCUlly 1iCully if ifCully
Cully The lK llO boys > y dragged the officer officerout of1l1rullt officerout
out of range rlln nnd went fur heip heipTwenty hi ii iiTcventy
Twenty rWllIt imlrnlnieii 1 11IIRlell were 11 rushed rll IIt1 to tothe 10tbe tothe
the barn Automublte ulolUobl1 searchlights tscarchllghtswcro I < nrchlhlIt nrchlhlItwere
were thrown II on the building and tin tinofflcers tiltoftklrR theofficers
officers opened fire A few minutes In Inter Inter later ¬
ter they tbe charged 111111 < 1 the Ih building 1I1I11 < 11I11t and nndfound 111111touolllIlIlIlIg andfound
found touolllIlIlIlIg Hilling dead with n bullet from frombin fromhi fromhis
bin hi own revolver tt 0111 In his hi brnlii brnliiPALMER 11111111o 11111111fIMEIt brtlntl11MEit
o
PALMER FOOLED FOOLEDTHE JooounTill
THE GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTVashlngtiiii GoUSIEiTrllshlllI GOVERNMENThmesltlugtou
Vashlngtiiii rllshlllI March 0 OSuit Sult to tf re recover reaser
cover 1 87M0 itKK from Truman < l Palmer Palmersecretary 1lIlnllrNNnlnry 14dmrrsecretary
secretary of the United UnItt Sect Sugar In Industry Iuohltr iwtiustry ¬
dustry ohltr wn w wogs I tiled t 11 herq yjHtenlny by b the tin1government tll tllgfvernm theguvernmentawhich
government gfvernm guvernmentawhich ntblcll which churee t urleH that latttu latttutcyiifti lutU lutUIi im imI
I wart tcyiifti Ii ilw tte M t ti Inline 1111 l TIn win > n 3100 iopUMol iopUMolThe 1Ollh i at atu
r 11 Clnn ilnntuy 1 tJpI delIvo Tt1 d yith yiththem nf
fm them mnllll ails under the rl ft < < 11 nil of Hlll1lO1Itodl Hlll1lO1 aefiutntLodge
Lodge LodgeThe ItodlTb
The Tb government says Hn that Palme Palmesubstituted JutWIlHlb 14timntsubstituted
Hlb substituted tlluhl1 his hI pnmphletH for < taMe taMennd tithestiled
tiled llguit IISIH usarl by 10 the Ih Konutor 1111101 lu hi hisie hl1I1 itit ititsisrrh
1I1 sisrrh sie < rh h In a the lb tariff debate nnd the of ofllclals otIIdlll ofilelids
llclals were ss eru ilcwlved lII hII Into IxHovlng lellesh lcshag they tliejwere tl1l tl1ll11I theyu
were u ere pru ptoisr > < r 1 matter to lie Iii mrrled < 1 free freeThe frrlTh req reqThe
The Th Incident received extended alien alientliii mittenlion
tliii during the lb lobby loll Investigation InvestigationCHICAGO IUIllhIIt1011cmcOO luvertigatlunCIIICAGO
CHICAGO MARKETS MARKETSChicago 11UtTSChlclIlo
Chicago March 10 May Mu III when whenlKl
lKl ir W corn 7t outs Ill I CT 1 pork 1710 1710lard 17 10 10lard
lard 1017 10 17 rUm rib 1005
TUJB nt 7 llE KIUIITIJjfa 17 VI IITI TLlG 4I IN Li NORTH lO lOftuVND 1 > 0 jh Fv w
ftuVND LUo1i LTi AND 0 NORTH OF TUB TlIJoVJS TlIJoVJSCL VIS VISMTtKV V18LL1
MTtKV CL LL1 THE Th m E VERY nlI nERCEST IN INrilARACTKR INrlllCUTlm INCiLLIt1CTElt
rilARACTKR THE RUSSLVNfl RUSSLVNflCI nVSSLNHrfLf RUSSLiNSCLILI
CI rfLf VDI StCCESSES IN THE CA CAIMTIIIANS CAA CAAITIISS
IMTIIIANS 1 1IY 1J THE CAITURE CAITUREUF CA1TU RE REOF
UF tll ALSTRLVN HATTALION HATTALIONGERMANS 1ITTALIOSGERMANS It1TTiLiONGERMANS
GERMANS HAVE LOST LOSTHEAVILY LOSTREA LOSTHEAVILY
HEAVILY REA VIL Y NEAR GRODNO
X ENTIItE CORPS OK Of OF FORTK FORTKTIIOCSAM lonT1lrllmsSU FORTY FORTYr11014IND
TIIOCSAM MEN SAID TO HAVE HAVEIIKEN ILUEfIllS IIAYffiIiEiN
fIllS COMPLETELY ANNmi ANNmiIVTKD AlNIIIIInu ANNIIll1IEl
IVTKD HARD FIGHTING IN IXMASV INIS INMANt
MASV IS DISTRICTS DISTRICTSPelrograd II IISTitICT4Iclrogrnd I STJII MS MS1tojrlll
Pelrograd March tlrfh 10 10lIurlnl DurlnK ton tonreoUt II IIIW11I1 themtstlal
reoUt lighting near Grodno n single singleOenniin liloilletllrllUlII singlelcruuut
Oenniin corps 1 lost twelve to fifteen fifteenthouMind t1ttleDIhuu1I1111 fifteenthou
thouMind thou + nud killed the Russian war nr alfli alflinlinuiinced ollloe ollloe1I1111UIlol oftheattlautctd
nlinuiinced dxliiy 10111 It I stated tllt th the addi additional odIlIollul addttlounl ¬
tional looses it + rs 111 tit wuuniled and prisoners prisonersresulted prLIODIlJIrulll1 prLsonesrsultt1
resulted In the utmost total annlhlU annlhlUtloii allnlbltaIIUII attnihllatutu
tutu of mi entire corps of forty thou Uiounnd thou11Il1 thouand
and
Liquid fire tll M Mug IIII IK lug used l ltl by b tho Get Oermnu GetDlnll letmnn
mnu troops to repel the flercc lit attacks IItlaclulof attacksof lacks lacksof
of the t hit b Russian n 11JIlnI force In Poland north northof northof i iof
of the Plllai 1ll1l 1 river This InDIctt In61ct11ere w wycre see seeare
are ere burn on illw l1 he assailing troops JtroopsTho troop8 troop8Tho troopsThe
Tho nnutuiR lit u UUj tbindirletas tblH jHlct dlJ rllt us I In weft weftas jrejlUJof
n as 1lOrtll1t nortl pt Ebf e tu o UJof t1I Is oi oiran uifa uifarratit a aBiiiivHMfully <
rratit ran r4 FIo r Au uo oftt 1fntoftD n ktateiant4 ktateiant4lwtunni Dt Dt1I1t1
lwtunni 1I1t1 ta OIJltll snl s tho ihi + ituJ fnit li li av tT t r r i isurssfully ° Vt VtSIlItUIl
BiiiivHMfully uttulk uttueked < l the German p psltloim pkltlUtl9 1 1IIltlollq > >
sltloim nt Hisvziicyn H7AZ Szczuc 1l1I ii and Ktnwlskn 1 1twren he heIWItl1 lettvetm >
twren the Iluhr river iiud east Pro Proshin Prow Prowshut
shin 11111 frontier In I u the Cnrpilthlnns UuiUuHslau Visa uiuHulllu Visahimtitian
UuHslau funs captnred the Ih > iommand iommander
er of tin Austrian trllln bottnllon eight ofB ofBliers ofOWH oWcurs
liers WH nUll three companies compnnleHIx rompnnlIIlondon companiesLondon
Ix london > ndoi March 10 10n In the east and nnlthe nulthe andthe
the west fighting between the Germans Hermansnnd Germansnud
nnd the allies > continues Time HuniiiatM HuniiiatMrlnlm ltu Itussiansclaim lOM
claim another victory ltor In the region of oflVuBUstawo ot1IIIIWO of1ushtstuttu I
lVuBUstawo 1ushtstuttu 1IIIIWO In north Poland n short shortIdlstauw shorttiistnute hortlIslnm
Idlstauw lIslnm from the cast 11 1 Prussian frou frouContulno frouI ron ronContulne
I Contulno on P Pug III iw > HIx Sixl
AMERICANS WARNED TO LEAVE CITY CITYOF CITYor CITYOF
OF MEXICO BECAUSE OF CONDITIONS CONDITIONSThe CONDITIONSI I
The American Note To Carranza Demanding That Conditions ConditionsBe
Be Improved Has Been Delivered By American Con Consul Consul Consub ¬
sul Silliman
I
Washington 1I hIIlIIOII March 1 18ertnry 18ertnryBryulu Soovtary Soovtarynrynn H < llIr llIrnr1I1l
nrynn today 101111 nnnoutuvl a f flJ fetid K < l shirt shirtage sttrlage IJoIrtIIl1e
age In Mexico City Is Increasing In Inseriousness 111tterlUIlHnesJI Inseriousness
seriousness and that II 1 wnrnln wnrnlug won wonIssued tinsIssued n n1lIed
Issued to Americans lIIlrlt IlR last In 1 ltlday lrln tu tuleave t thal toleave
leave hal the city Ill luisvil 111 < 1 mi lots tll klmrtiuv klmrtiuvnnd shurtnccanti hltll hltllnlld
anti generally ujxiri cjnditlin 1Iml 1ImlIUI it tevali tevaliIIIK vab vablug
IIIK IUI there thereWn thcr1IhluIIIII thereVnshiugttu
Wn Vnshiugttu liiiiKtiin March 111 Aninrlfiin Aninrlfiiniltl7eii nuerlcuuill
iltl7eii ill lzltis iiLiln ii gut iii have hilI been warned to toleave tolcnte
leave 1011 Mrakii Ixl City t II In view of the emIt crltIcnl emItittil 111 111kill
kill Kllnntliiii KllnntliiiiKecrelnry slluatlouI slluatlouItPrritnry
Kecrelnry Ilryun Jlr 1111 aniiouiuoil II II uoulIt1 lust lustnight IIISIIIIhl lastnight
night that trans trutsisurtathn IIllIlIoli iitatloii facilities facilitieswould fIlCIlItI1I01l1tl fad litles litlesssould
would be sought l < for as 11 < mammy Ulnll us de deHired desired I Ilr
Hired lr < 1 to leave leaveThe 101111Thc leaveTime
The battle ship lieorgla and the Ih nr nrmored nrmorel
mored cruiser crlll rr Washington were 1 or ordcretl IIrllfI oredertrl
dcretl llfI 1 by h Stvretnry IIlIlr Daniels after a aconfercine acrtittetiee
confercine 1 1l1 > ICIIl with Prrsldent lh csudcnt WINon 11011 to toplocccd 101 101Plllt toptottd
plocccd Plllt 1 Imnitillalely to Vote 1111 Cruz CruzConsular CruzCIIlIll1r CrurConsulitr
Consular messages < from Vera m Cruz Cruzstated Cruzfilntltl Cruzstated
stated that It wn tstts reirted there tlmt tlmtthe IhntIh tluttthe
Ih the eviicnntliiii of Mexico xhIJ City elt It begnn begnnlust IlIgnliIn1 ltegnulust
lust nlxht nlxhtICnrliiiii 111111JDrlolll nhadEnrique
ICnrliiiii C I Tlorente icnernl VII VIIIns VIIEns II IIInH
Ins Wnshlngtun represoutntlve e re rewived
n message ciiylng 1Ihll Xapata forts < H HMcuplnl
lplic1 Mexico exloo City CII Immediately hnml < lIatll on onHie ontilt onthe
the tilt vacnattun > by h Obregonn troops troopsWurd troopsVurm1
Wurd 11 rnmn tram American Consul Consulmiltman eon1Hllllmnn CemsiilSilliman
miltman that ho had 1 1l delivered tu Icn IcnLrul
Cnrranzu 1I the formal note from fromlie
lie InHed States government demand demandiiiK dcmn1ll1III demmxlhug
iiiK III an Improvement In conditions for forforeigners tortorlluer furtoreIguers
foreigners In the territory tlrrltor underCar underCarrnflzas underCarrn1zas l1Iler Car Carrntzns
rnflzas control controlThese controlThec controlThese
These were the principal dcvelonents develols dcvelo >
In the Mexican situation the theImportance thlmportnnre theimportance
Importance of which overshadowed oe 1iodowed in inifflclal
Washington Interest < t In tho Eu Europenn >
war warAlthough warAlthough ar arAlthoulh
Although the contents of the note to toZarranzn fA fACnrmnzn toCarranza
Zarranzn were ere not announced Its It tone ton toneK I
I
K
Impressed Itnpr rscti members momts rs of tbo diplomatic diplomaticeorH diplomatictorts
torts lUIJ that serious rlou consequences wouldIIIRII wouldasun would wouldensile
ensile If Iarranza failed to heed ita itailetnaiiiN itsdeuimuats
iletnaiiiN The United Un1t < l States It was waslearned was waslearned J JIlnrllll1
learned described conditions as intel Ictoleruble lntolImllh intelsruble
eruble and called rollc on Carranza to totake totllku totake
take steps necessary nl qnry to correct e the sit situation 81tlIaUolI situttiou ¬
uation Incendiary utterances of Gen Oepernl Geeernl I Ilrnl
ernl Obregon were noted as likely to tostir tolIr tostir
stir lIr up feeling flOlIn against foreigners give giving giveIng ¬
ing 1111 rise possibly to riots and nn outrages outragesTlic outrageThe outragesThe
The note pointed out that it harm harmbefell harmheMI i
befell foreigners the American govern government government ¬ I
ment would hold Carranza Cnrnln a officials officialspersonally of officialspersonally clnla clnlapcr
personally pcr onnlly responsible and would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take the necessary neclsUlr means to put the theresponsibility Ulerespon theresponsibility
responsibility respon lblllt1 where it belonged < 1 The Thecommunication TheCOIDDlUllllutlOIi Theemmunkutlott
communication was not in tho nature natureof
of an ultimatum President Wilson Wilsonhimself WlIsouhimself Wilsonhimself
himself declared that tho United UnitedStates UnlledSllItlll UnitedSuites
States did not utter ultimatums but butpresented butlrlRtntcd butpresented
presented views nnd acted accordingly accordinglyIn
In view Iew of tbo American warning It Itwas ItWIIS Itruts
was considered col Hlderlll likely that Obregon Obregonforces ObrelOntOrlffl Obregoaforces
forces would ould not evacuate Mexico City Citywithout CItyIIltllollt Citywituunt
without arranging for the policing of oftho oftho ofthe
tho city ell Reports that evacuation bad badIMSUII had114j1I11 hindIn
IMSUII In gun and that no disorders had aris arisen amn atistn ¬
en n brought n feeling fcelln of relief to offi officials ot6clnlR 00dials ¬
dials who 110 believed Carranza would wouldnot would1I0t woulddot
not fall to answer the American gov government goylIh governmtut ¬
ernment ernmtut with lIh the requisite action for forthe forthl forthe
the protection of foreigners foreignersThere torelgnersTbcm foreignersTheir
There was nn absence in official offlcUIquartern officialqunrttrs t claJ claJIllInrhfIt
quartern of apprehension nllpreheu lon that drastic drasticmeasures dra drasticmeasures Uc UcmCnRUrtR
measures would bo required to enforce enforcethe rnloroeIho enforcethe
the American note The movement of ofwnr ofwar
war ships hlp to Mexican waters and the thewarning thewamhu thewarning
warning to Americans It Is admitted isadmttedhowever admittedhowever admttodhoweflr
however had been decided de < 1dcd on oat of ofnn ofnn utnn
nn abundance of precaution precautionTho
Tho entry of Zapata forces it was WMbelieved wastxolleved wasbelieved
believed would relievo re levo tho situation situationas
as n it would culd mean the reopening nO Iclnlf of ofcommunication ofmnl1lnlrntlon ofctmmtinicntlon
communication with the American bore border tor ¬ a aderv
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