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TR?OPERSRUSHED
TOBATTLE REGION
, ?nirv Transferred lo
'Aase Cavalry for
Pursuit o? Bandits.
SOLDIERS D-G ,N
^T DOUGLAS, ARIZ.
Issjf Departments \drnil Inabil?
j??, ,o Aid ? orce Aloig
Rjn Grande
a -?? "
,..?-(-?- ' gtheboi
? ^. ?bed for the
^r*-*?* .?-"
".?i h? MesieaB i
.'rtrx-m** *'" ' ' ne t0 movr c
a-ad ?>? r *' ' ' ' '"* ??*? N>w
K.r.ro bore? B hat? as?
-?edawsriike a*t" ' 'day.
'?tl teite i
h,t*i Mantry cepera *t -o-riay on
llBStsBl Uni? ?*?.??
,,?3,. border gj?-' dnty. This move
_-, :? to lesve "i* ??fairy
ajts-brre-' ?' ' S frao ta set as
.Hiob'.i* ?laM toree r ease ol f?- a'-sr.
gesal haaadar.
Its r-rr.ra'. es of the <
?-air-sd 1?'? " th? da; foi San Ber
u?j-dc. eigbteea ? i eaet ol er?
Th? ?afax.tr-. . ni rig at
?vmIu era? temp rar > -arhed to
ta? 2i Ca*V-7 I " ?h-?-. caer com
?I?" ef Colonel Oforgt A. I'odd, with
iuiezsJl*rt here lecgram* were
H-i ?a War'-'T''*'. '- is nnder'tood,
-Mini that Colonel Po-H be. placed in
eaueasd et an expeditionary force
lltrjld e? be Mtl. "om here into Mex
?ee. C?*!on?l Pc '? il 'a- liar ?nth th?
f-ctreii th? for?as ?uppofe.' 'o he Villa
treipiarf t-a-r?-*-??-[?. It . ?aid. because
?f ?ii part er?." * the ?amraigr*
?f-jjjt the Apacha M
A rolurV-e- I tomobil? company
m fon-fd h] ... to day
oi a larg? Buml nee a art
ist"'. ?' thl i ipoaal of ?rr--v ofllcere
|c,-s? .- ", ng soldier? to any
?aari tv*x '?
One be" ' teenl
...... ?:
H. Ma?'*" " i nf **"f
Mror V?. r . - ? ?re?
.-.- fres " imbue,
I ?. .. .,.-..- ? ? ?
treepi thire.
? am Mai '
..... .- eommsi er of th? < ? ?
,??-, ? ? ? bei "
- ;- --ar'rv
crxne
? ? -
p air?
- ? - ?urtb In?
D A
'
Department had i
Machine Guns Failed
Defenders at Columbus
W ould Not Work at Crucial Moment. Enabling Bandits
to RecrOM Border After Attack on Garrison
at Columbus, N. M.
I le 'a .. ? * ?
El Peeo, lei.. Mareh P. When Fran?
cisco Villa and more than a thousand
attacked Columbus, * St.,
to-day the fa-lure of the macnine purs
to work ?-hen turned on the Mevcar.s
?nablee1 thi itter to escape scrois the
border. The bandit!? d d net enter
United States territory st i o'.urabui,
but moved in from thi weit, son riling
the ?mall American garrison.
By killing a ?entry the Mex.car.i got
info the camp of ?he 13th ( ava'.ry be?
fore th? '-?lrymen knew of their
presence. When thi Amer-can troops
BttemptOi to turn the-.r machine guns
i on the Mexicana they found them use
lei?, ard rere forced to defend them
?' ' baterer "-eftpr.rs carre
bandy. This was the testimony o'
civilians and wounded American troop?
ers, arriving from Columbus late to?
day.
L eu tenant C. C Benior, one of the
wounded, said it appeared that fully
Mexicana were in the attacking
party, while his force was less than
?*rong. He nays thirty-four Ilex
cans were killed during the fighting,
but Private Thomas Burton, of tha
hospital corpa, who accompaned the
wounded to El Paso, said -hey wore
f.nding dead Mexican? behind every
mesqutte bush around Columbus when
b< left
American soldiers wounded in the
battle are being brought to Fl Paso.
? arrived this afternoon. They
were:
Lieutenant Clarence C. Benson,
wounded in the right arm.
,"ohn V. Yarborougb. shot in the left
forearm.
Theodore Kat-e*k shot ?hrongh both
James Vonaor, -??enihot wound In
right breast..
Jeiie P, Taylor, one seaip ?eoond 01
le't side of bead a-i *nn weaadi -
and right leg
Micha?! Barw.rr ? gai bol wound in
? the neck.
Ke.ause of the tens? r *c
tri? car? betweei ? Pl Tusrc'
?*cre ?x'.oprieri ?r m o'cl? ? I ?11 corr.
? i o bel -.?
clO?er' ? . ? ? i |1 ?.. ? ? i ',-?
ami *iiir ? earn
i b? action was ta
American a'." ti? SI : Isrr
g?rera', mai.age- . ?' th? itreetCtSr Mlfl
Bitternei being shown br
the Mexicoi e ?
?1 'ne border.
According to 'ne mei ?-- attack be
ga- -ear the edge of Columbus. There
were no cur.- or ??ipon? of an]
in th, 1 ipiti Pr ,-ite ''? ?
taifl he '? "ed OB? ' f. ha? ' 1
ax? which he 1 - raw ?? th? fleeii
-a-, paa-xed 'he bOSJ '?. ihouting,
"Viva
Johnson r-i?r. n l - ? -
? , |. ? ,?, eutenent, wl
rocti the massacre the eighl
Americans at Santa two montl
ago. ?a. identifl? :i? ?.
he laid wer? I,ope/', .egr^-ngs.
I'- vate James Vener, Troop K
wa? ?hot through the ehest, say? he
'o'ir Mexicans, and *x.-i? ?
? rifle to fir? at s. i - a bul
let !? ? . H? sa
?he gun? 'i??d by the bsi ts wi
ealibri hers were of in
eienl rr ? d? ' <- The Villa men, r? <? ? d
were xa t'.o'j- mac? | l .
light \Atthoot Quarter
The ftghl st '"oiumhus wgt w ?
quarter on either side, according to
rr"-ate Johnson.
"I askerl the hoy.? if there ??-ere ?? y
prisoners." said .Tohrson. "and
ans-aered that nobody took any. I
?row I brained one black Moxicai ? tt
an a.e. The boys fought like devils.
"There were no arms In the hospital
tents, and th? attendants xrere asleep
when attacked. They bad to flgt ?
any weapon at hand "
? eutenant f'larence C. Benron, Troon
G. of the 13th Cavalry, ?xi- 1 funded
through the loft irm.
One of the most seriously woonded
who reached I ' Ts?o ?? ? orporal M
Bsrmar.f!, machine gun troop, wh
?hot through the neck.
? . -rr. AA,- ? ,f C8V?i-T. but U
was not at -v strength. Th" caTalry?
were itationeo a* Fort Leaver
Pert SI rridan. For-. Roh
? ? Meade, 8 I' . r.? d I 011 R :
sell a? caretakers. They could b?
to ae: ? e s? m . ' bul the rumb'r of
men "?a? BO small the trooper? - -
be of little use. The colonel said
there ??'"?f no artillerymen, engineers,
- si|*na] rorp? mei thi ? eitral
Department There are now on the
rdei 1,721 mei from the
Centra! I'erartmen?. neatly fant***
I'anfir Forre Read?.
. r March 9 Mi oi
i Franklin Bell, comms-d - s
Western I'rpartmTt. said to
? ?n'y organisai or bo?
1 raneiace s the Coast art
?j -or bf sent *o the ' i
??fin border. Of mobile troopi avail
sble there are 01 regiment and *wo
battalions of ofentry ii Wash - .-? -
and on?? reg me?.? of cavalr; ii ? ?
'. .I*' ? 'rr\ ft? \\? |
D ege and Calei
be n - '
?,'. r. he ?aid, but rn .
not be called for.
rort'srn. Ore., Marcb i ?The first
rn"h' ei of ' l e ', v ? nited
Statei Infantes begai prepara!
day to Tetve Vancouver Barrar)
Mar?- - .- D ego Th?. troop
movement, ? - said, nm bo eenne
tion with the Mer.rca'-, sitnat
Rmbee. Ar;-/. March fi Tha
- ted S'ates cavalry, .,: Fort
-a. Ar ? tei - weal of
ben i*ac been ordered t-a Doug
" nforce the Vivir?n border
The raialry-men departed to nigl ? or ?*
spec al trau
CALLS CARRANZA
RULE A FAILURE
Lx-President De la Barra
Thinks Villa Act Proves
Chief Powerless.
TO INVESTIGATE
RAID ON COLUMBUS
Dc Facto Goxornment \n\inus
to A\cnr*r Murder. General
'.alles Declarev
The Carrar.'? | Btior ?
g to Fraaelsce * ?
Barm ?
ng of sttael ? Colun
aovoi ' ens were b ad,
' - it nig t the
Hotel V
"I neplore ? baron? at
: it a?. ?' oc
.... . sta thai
ranra i ? ? ear?, It
prove- beyond a doubt th?t Car
? atte m p ta tt
'?? bet 1er it i?
at? ? - terven?
, . a? I ??o not care to rr i -.
:
i Barra at et
a no moni pr< j? to
g sal ? ?
ipted tei ? Dia
He '1,
tatee
" . ' itei f Foreign Af*
fa'r? during
?
? from hla com
7 ne views of the former ""resident
are ?biarfi by two r?es Torben la
c!o?e toueh with '.re M?i.can r.'.uation.
One of thi for M
r ElM -.ndes.
A few i foi ib " c i '
"I h a ? t. .. : ' ' . ? nteS"
??
h ?, - , tat ii
? .
?
'
tourii ... of thai try
n and
... ? r ? r. : ? ? A
: ri g?
? ?
. - ? ip il |
. e.,a-r morro? < arra~-a i? a fail
? knows it.
"\ s's attack occui j f
l
I ? ? n:huahua is
and raised
in H? governed for i ?
rioaa 1 If
be rann?' e??e-. re?
native bas he
-.,
huahua Is the I ?d of ?
tat?
???..- - ? that will si law I his
Lireeley ?cp
Sk?rV
Lord&Toylor
.38tii Street
FIFTH AVENUE
.V)il. Street
lo-day.? Spring Opening in Our
Mens Clothing Section
In the history of this Store,
nevei assembled a
?more notable collection of tine
flotht s lor men than that which
?sTf are placing on ?sale today.
U r* ha ' gone to Infinite
pains t<? n i ;i k ? * our ?assortments
wi'l< r and more I aried than
8v*i i i" fon our standard of
?""uality higher; our hasis of
*' r ? hro.id* i.
And n tfie- ?matter of ?style
? vr** bate Derer teen (miuseata
thai expreased so well the kind
of style wc have always wanted
tu have for the men who buy
their clothes ?>t- us.
Y ou ? ill agree with us m ?hen
\??n come hi and look about.
Vou ???.ill find the newest and
best of the 1916 Spring styles
novel ideas in design, faultlessly
correct and with just the touch
of conservative dignity that th?
men who buy their clothes ?here
wish.
Y<?u will find your kind of
style no matter what your
a<je. your huihl or your taste??.
And you will he absolut? ly sure
thai it is corree!,
Vcw fabrics nesi in weave,
in color, in texture. And each
is guaranteed unqualifiedly as
to fastness and near. ? Im?
portant just now, you ?know.)
\- w ?standards of workman?
ship, too. Great care as to th?
hidden ?things ?thread, hair?
cloth, linings. This means long
wear -long satisfaction.
A. to value?you can do no better in all New YorU.
A $18.50. at $20. at $25, at $30. or at $35-your money
wll buv the ulmo.1. Come in tod.y-and .ee.
/ ,, trf.1 I
l'a su ?mpl
? The big opposition, ho?
?eve?, to intervening
"hot, more thai g, 1
..
x Mes eaa ? si
srsl, ?? b? I a
i sj does set shore the viowi
making '
trat aid s
tared in a ia i
...
i
I -. ? ? - the set of Co
mass's 'roopt rhat droxe \ a ?. ele
* . the Ame- ?.
? ' - - -, the ?an
Isabel rnas;ac-e,
, - --. men | adici .
trao* I Vil
end rith
?-enpt behind him bi
I side? o'
? - - ? t
it. ? ?-ral.
? i i.--a-k as the ?mer car. ? ?a
ranci
regl He a wild beast, bloo.
- ? ? -. . .1 Jy. H
nor ?? and immoral end ha? bee
? - sn all hii
-.?? . .
VILLA BANDITS KILL
30 CARRANZA SOLDIER!
Several Officers Among Men F \
ccuted Near Torre?n.
?Laredo, "m .
.' "
Ulcere, wi - ndil
? ? -? - I? - ago near Torre?n, ac?
to authentic inform.-. ?? 1 her
.
rare i 11? . to he ??]
rnanded .<-on.
CARRANZA READ?
TO PUNISH VILLA
Troops Ordered Out to
Kill. Capture or Rout
Bandit Chief.
?'CJC. s? Ar ... Var - ral P
V. a?. ? s'.irs, military goxemor of ?
nira. who arrived at Agua Prieta, the
pposite here, late to
da--, su ? be h?'i come tt per ? ? ?
campar- sgsinsl Francisco ? lin and
bey enter .-*onora.
"1 will i
lorn?
other part of Mi
gh1
? ?
?
? a < not . t the de
about i he
?Ops enter.- | "
ittei reeta entii
arra
he had ordered
Ba? ispe
crac ?ora, ? I .ahua
- . -
. . t off
retreal th? lin re
d cavalry
....
? -, r -, repr?sentai r
'ia'? raid, ?i'.rictal I
SI -
|
i.
...... re fuge? I
? a three won i
???-?. ?? : --
ral ?as repot I
i ad hi? bar,n
tan ? ..alma
stui :*y.
*'r r Mareh I My forer
i ? ? re-rr? ? thii affair, and
tmei sr people t
. ? .... ? . announeemei
Mir?e
11 n a i '? -1 | - '
.. ? ,' net
-? P..? ? -. \ ? r
rrop'?? to ? ic i
? ' rued, "and
v to h hunted dos n
Mexican -joyi r ment ?
ta tbe most vigoi
man to earth and a?enge b ?
? ? ar'?."
? ?. : | ? ? |
telegrai tl l ? ri Ca?
? a full statetaint to the Ar.
; -
NRW SQUASH HEADS
MAKE MINOR CHANGES
a - -?.,??
? ? 1 at * va e ? ? ? ?: of
N the Nat
'
g of the pis ??
thi of : r I '
place tei
r:am- n the first t, .retond ?' f <
rale former y<
ten in al|
??.-?? ?
\ ?
arioui
?? . -, - | ? | y . i ? ?
? ? ..
. ... r about
I more uniform M
Reeler, 1
?'--..?
I decide on the beat ba
ru p* -T ?PaEAl HER IN I . &
Re? I ra Campbell ? sa I to be
ter of the ' ? t ?
the Unit?
Rrai ico Ar?
;.. ebrated
? ? ., Kentuc) ; I
? ?
He t ? ?
.
-
? ?? churche?.
? - . ty-nii
ist year he n t?
. s the bond ii matrimony.,
PASSPORT FRAUD
FUGITIVE KILLED
BY GERMAN MINE
U. S. Decides Von Wedel.
Seized by British, Went
Down on Cruiser.
GAVE PURSUERS SLIP
AT QUARANTINE HERE
l.ate James Creelman. Fellow
Voyager. Tried to Save Him
from Knglish Officers.
- tr?an von tVedel, a -a-.ra. ted
one of the i tanl
? ? governme- . | . ? ?? ?
I again?, the procurer? of fra
American passpnr'? in thia coun
? given ap as desd I
?
It la practically conceded thai -?
en 1 an cruiser
i a mire ?
?' a? th? - - ? ? inda i
1 '-er she xaas conveying ?on
a i ner of war.
He fled 'rom ? - . ? - %
an the Norweg-an-Amencan liaer
Fergen.f ord under the BSSttmod nsms
o* r.oher-o 1 .-piro, and, aided by a
If? i -an passpor', escaped detection
? net- the vessel T?as held up and
searched at Quara-':r,e by Secret Ser
v ce men a few hours after she left SI
t erth ir. Brooklyn or. her way to Bar?
ven, Norway
l/ost When Croiser Sank.
For mor? than a yea! the ''?par?
ment of Justice has been ? rr ng t? gel
information from London aboul
Wede i , ?,;i efforts
. ? from th? British govern
ment wh? * i id? - - * have
lo belief oi
- .-?re -..i? h? perished ?>n tee
Virkno!. which left no am
p
plied ? ' : - ? mutlos 11 st
itrui ' ? r wa
? to Liverpaal.
The story of von Wedel and ?-?
of information BCCUmulsted about him
?* governmcnl r-.a? been ca:
guarded
Rut row. ?rith his death a practical
eertainl th? etail ?f hli fi.gr- fi ?
ilion and not
? journey of th? ;
dramatic end a da..
ifter r - ^??''irr have become known.
Von "?> edi ? ? be ,j,?= tt
when he left this country on the ?Ber?
1 orW from
German. teei year? ago. He "i
h the "barer..' and was em
: i h* a reporter en a G<
?per He WBS assigned 1
? rk oi rsmstic criticism, snd
il well. He had
I the Germa
. t y, ? - ?'
- ?
onaaanda work bv I
ernment
Wanted in P-UWBWli Fraud?.
("edel ? as regarded i*- l * ' (
par1 pre. ? of Justice a? th? pi
.. ? fraudulent pa
in this citj - -.--..
r il ipor bis trail ? Dec?
?hat he sad
ate? ? ? aply a
rormai ? who
ick to G? rmaay. He i
pan
? - - - or hi? work
?gan to traffic in American
A soon a-? the ."?"rr *.? lought him
'' ? ?I fled to Cuba. He re
suddenly to New Ynrh. h O WO' ?
;.? a led on the
OB th? following day.
e-caped detect on by the govern?
ment searcher i a' the pier and a "*t
ir? s' I bluffed ? ?m djr.ng a *?
?? -egrrh ?? Quarantine. ..-j ?
; a^nort and ma U I c
??orouslj that he x?,*? Roberto
? ??
He hooked ?b the second cabin, ?nd
sanee *??.- assigned 'o a r?om oc
i by another (.erman. who had
istei "or th? - -...
?? 'A.'
Wee I reelman'? Friendship.
lam? ' ree mai brakes n
? pet enger th?
? time and voi
?d up a friei
: " e r-orr? pondent to riter
aval officer? who
ghl ? 0Jr th? Scotch '
Voi ^xe.'e; became sllBOSl ? eri'OUS
xx reel the 1 rd dsj ont, whoa ? ap
te.in Irger? refusod to tell the [a
gen ?n of hi? -
- ? '-. ? ? ?-?. itari sf the
voyage re icd te pe t ? * latitude,
e r . ing that the line nad ordered
? special course.
rning ? the third day
\\ eaei oh ? ? the Berg
.' ?' sighl
? igh thick ici
lie knew ? r res
irve ?nd in his dilemma co~
rast? ? -a' the ? eoeel
Ne xx fonndlai -.. i 'he
? ? r . i at < 'Aye Race
?a? ile aad the fugitiv? wa?
? red that the British suthoi l ?
"?e*s had ordered the vessel into
FOUNDED 1856
- ?-md the old
diii-j. **new fixture!, new m?*Tchandise,
de-Mi-ns.
Cuntoi-rnin-? to prevallinf id?ala
i-nodarn buainaaa method.
OW **-**f!oWc talk-ring, old ro?r^<-rd of pndng our
varti at a r*-iod?*-et profit, old ?rust?-*m of emt-Xrdying
all value po?*aible in our gar-m?rnta, old courtesy crt
?aem-ng outci-*n?-*Ta --?roper ly.
Ma?ntalninf the policy ri--idlv
nbaerv-xi ?by na for aixty yeara.
Rp-rinrg cloth? are ready from head to foot
for mon and boys.
Brokaw Brothers
1457 1463 BROADWAY
AT FORTY-SECOND STREET
James McCreery & Co.
Mth Street Ht h 4 tenue
Extraordinary \ alues for I oday
WOMEN'S SUITS & SKIRTS
Tailored Suits in a number of reproductions of Hi-rh
Cos? Models In the newest materials. Na\y Blue. Bladt,
and Black and White Cheeks.
SpecUl 27.50
WOMEN'S SEPARATE SKIRTS
A number of smart models in ?food quality Poplin, Sergit
Shepherd Check, striped and Plaid Worsted
5.90
?? SO e purr
? -
'
?
ever ,
xx a? : ' ?
conij
that it
Feared Term at Mlanla.
i real rcai-. for the M go of
m sis Germs
who hod
tie. had its ted a f
?I?, ?nd th?
hag the shore until that
t r- nu pu' ou*
i' x?s* learned on bnard thai
Wedel also had an Ame'iran pa??port,
and fsa .- might ? ?enl bacs to
face a tei ?Vtlanti
?
Johna. He confided to his won
r to be a Bi
er of ? ar than be *.?; t back 1
.... ?.
?
st S a. ni., th? xxi,
frmn
rted Hr' IB e r u : * e r ".
:' , '. - I Hlie
Viking ar- 1
ten gu
? . ? . ? [ho 1
.
a Faroe 111?
-
?
\rre?tcd at Sea hv Brni?h.
A i ? from the "I
?a "h
men and a lieut?
hea a.
......
to prexeri' the BI
? ?. ? 1 posit
in g
? companionw?-.?.?? h I,
?
? rd h; ni a
read ' , a
:. genaf jord
The skipper s i
engei named Spiro, ?rd ?he
lieutenant, going
ordered ? IB to Ml out of bed
?A- m ce vTltk a pistai at hi? !
IVedel end hii ??impimnn were
marrp? | to 1 Oom, xxhere
they w? rive minute
I
that he B i ved?
If r. got oui
?
lace to
rags
_? ? . ? ' andar?
not
??- to his pallid face
I 'rum? Finally
do? r. be, ime bya*
-.'. and teal ^ ooted:
"Whal ? ' V .--.- ?
I am ?
< ?.Happes When Ar-eMcd.
# Nine that the r*:*
s, at'-'
i t 11 te set i
ttier, ? sway with two othe1
?.? rr>-.nr pilieBffin arid the G
StOWrl ?' .
"I'n --lad I r ?-,
? id eis
?een ?
formed s e from 1 i
I
?
?
, . ........
..
... r
-
r,-"i was or
te Liren
? ?> ts'ae Ton
direet to 1 si | rl
teamed s
be coi
... -,
, ? thi ist thit
r
? ? ? and
\ ally
r
ail on hoai'i ? re
Wife fled ?m R>ndsm.
I the Vickner i
? s Holland America
-
mg wife, wl
an.* . ;
? a-r.e. I.er.? Wi
tl ? -? I ? r.can
up her psi
keep it and
.
Vor- rriei the Is ghter of
?lie la-?? G Veimi i
?
v. a? II ? :
ta for Gi
publics rs. Weiras bos
-? '.?. ?
i ??>..
\'on We'icl's friend?? snd V4
Germany - l
i' became rr ?
I ke the officials of the Department
. ti ci ' eon el udi
was lest on the Vickner.
CZAR HAS WATCH OF JUNK
Srrap? of Meial and < hina Went to
Make up Timepiere.
!? in i Tory n
???ri-'-h. according te ""I he Beitei
'? -? i mi'if by a Polish mech
Ciar had
?about thl ?????? gtti . I man,
** to test
eel containing some capper na Is, ?ood
? : ' gs, a piece o' broken alaas, a
? a ."-.p. a length of u -.
and t?*o or three cribba-;e pec
.- i
reque?', al .en amoaated to a ?a
command, to make them into a
? i
ver** %oer thl I ir get ?? - aterial
ba-a -. thl -hape if a wit
wan made ,.,.--. ?., n
the ether - : lad ? '
" t'rar that he 4'nt for the man
? - ?ceral distinctions on his
Bat It ia ana ef the ..?-?.
u ho ran shew
?at ever I ; e woman h
Rassian prii at original ?-old1
'?a' *?a? tornieriy inclosed in enamel.
? with v itteev seei is bal
ha? -irre hoe?i rOI
side S lamond tw?
an inch in diame'er I
PAS NEW Wirt LOSING PLAN
I'll? ?ir?an Threatened li> Send Her I??
Ri'llexue. "*. ife Sax?.
I " .'0* We?t
rged by bis
? ', was d %
Baiiow In York
y, bul r ,?? before a
wives was
? ? ? '
? 1?? not 1it? 1
busbe ce .laniisry fas
toned to have her ?ent
"
?????? - "-ave had their wrvog
sent there I ?: ?? .'? see ni l cannot
i get rid t?f you that way," -h?< quoted
him l
us? arre?ted Weda???
day on a vxarrant issued hy Maglitrstar
tvl . ??.??. told thai th? phyi.?
I ? :? '? ?.. ?
an axe pad ad tl ?eH'tried hor
.?. ' of Janu?
. I, he struck her becausp
. to for $PbQr
Her ? i that ?.hov
?re?, -.-ream ?nd a?
. policeman.
l?r Robenaon ?dm tted forcing hia
' omi but denied
| i .. .
? ?
ARMENIAN REFUGEES LAND
Furia fne drought bx \rmed Italia*.
I Iner I efl on Fill? Lland
i- \ r ?. whljJs
???? night
1 ri fuge??
ig., p? -.??? ??ger?.
be rarried
sr of third i Issa pa??
by e - from Italy
since ?
? Fehnj??*. '???
Amer mitai I ehruary
?fon 'he ROW lier-nian ?ih
i non x?ent
\? -)i" enrru-* ? ?an 47.in?
no of 1 ifTected
? .. wer?
.
The Anas ? i - - be 11
from 'heir home? OB ne?
Antioch x?. n ibs Isla
OBITUARY
VM im l-l MATTM1 vx v, \kuv.\
j March I Mrs
.... ? ? e
?npal
lied 1 r et
\ IVarren casai
band xtben
' ?? *
ag?
pn VW t? i further 1st
.ixxn*. Hitiixw
?
larch I. J?me?
si his horn?
g a el
of pn- ? leal?
H?
tx.1
. ? vx ill b?
be ?n t-'t.
Georg? ? M. Y.
MR?*. MARGARET 1W HKI .11
1 ... - ? I
M-a.
? v five?,
, forrnsr
1 -ook?
lyn N? ' - . - ?
? ?? Ursre't
.' d <,??,gl
?-.i'h.
wiillAM 1.. MOWN,
lar 1 '? Repre???-'??
? ? eertU
\ ? triet, d'ed
'rom -, a hospital
. ??
ELLIS HAS CHANCE
TO LEAD IN SCORES
Maj Take Individual Honor?
Au ay from Phillips Tonight
<?*??. f**'.
the Eta
* - .rroav
? dual
4 i Icey Laagaa
?
e ehampieaa
ill to far ard la
; f the Bar ?
? en "i tho
- ?M St?
? ? ? r trim*
? . - ?. ? look
vial?.
player
s as a
?? .
?for
-.?.-!'? ; . I hi.?.
-.-??? ? 7 '
?
ton A. A
?
and Boston fs
? ? * ad i lei
era! more -
? | the (turn? -
I? ig .? sries, but if
?????.
?here
'?-iir?
pis ?' ?? !1 Ka?
game will
' the 11 ?eriea
I ta s cham
madia
GILMAN ANDBOLES
ARE PROFFERED JOBS
Harvard Star?, Sought by Foot?
ball and Baseball Teams.
Va-? . March 9.? fan*
ta-n i Gilman, o' tee Har
football team. \a ? i sraj dropped
from for failjre i?
.?a; was ofered a poyitlon
? roach o' ti.?? eleven st the
L'nirei FTc took tin
?tatter under ad* Is?ment.
It >i< reported that Va'. J. Boles, tb?
I prtch. r, who S?lf?
fared n similar ?' t re, wa? eon?
'. th% Bos?
tun ma.or laAgoa b*it hall **lubti

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