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THE SUN,' SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1913.
MEXICAN FEDERALS 3c&mDcttvs& DEFEAT NACO REBELS! Sen. Oji'iln's Troops Wont stittitiounlists" After All Diiy Itiilllc. Ton. an AMKRICAN "HT IX I'Ki Il l (FOCS Of HtllM'tll CoVI'I'llllll'lll Propim to UciH'w Attiu'U on City To-ln. Xaco, Mi . March After thrco hour of liKliliiiK In-diiy the tim Mcvlc.ni Federal xolilirrx iindi-r Itti . Ojcda nl Naeo, Soiiora. dcfiuteil morn limn twlni tliclr number of i-iInIm who lmd withered to attack the place The h-Im-Ih. how Ver. are tiei.irinn In lelurii to-morrow, (Sunday, for another llitlil The Federal Hiirpnied the rebels by marching out to meet them two milm outh of tliu border Tim rebels had chnllcnRivl tint Federals to cumii out and meet thorn and (inn Ojed.t had neat word in reply that the lebels would have to comu after hint Thereupon he Imme diately marched cult ami began hhelliiiK the reikis willi his two piece of attillery and two machine nu- OJi'da ceased lltiliK at ,1 o'clock thin afternoon and Iiih troops returned to the barracks in N'aoo jubilant over their vic tory, leaving the "eoimtitiitionalistH" hiv crnl mitcH eaitt Cell Ojeda Kiid lo-nij;lit : "I do not think that the tight In ended, but 1 still hold V.ieo and expect to context every inch of the way " Oen. Ojeda reports that twelve nt ,U men went wounded and nine killed and that many more fatalities occuned niiiiini; the rebels l)r Kami. ill of Douglas, who was on the tiling line, abandoned his automobile tor some unknown leasun In Mexican tetiilory and has not been heard from ShenlV II C. Wheeler of Mexico is making a xc.ncli for him. The bolder patrol made every one keep on the American side of tin- line this morning. 'I he three troops of the Ninth Cavalry weie stiengthened by one troop of the Filth, 'the wounded are being brought to Naeo. A courier from the r.itnn of the "con stitutionalists" mivs thev are arianging for nn attai'k on Nam .Sunday morning den Ojeda and his troops left Naeo at in o'clock this morning lor the south enM to give battle to the rebels (ieu Ojeda 's men lorim-d ill skirmish line about a mile east of Naeo and moed toward the hills. At II o clod, the lignt opened with the rebel advance m the lirt ridge of hills. (en Ojeda opened lire Willi Ills artillery, the shell-, bur-ting along the I Id Re of lull- III- raaliv charged ll the hills mil of the way. ilUmoimled and cleared the ridge. Hie TebeN falling back to the main body in the next ridge A A Hoskins, I nlte-l i,iti,s marshal, wan wounded in the right leu while watch ing theftRht from the American side There was a lull in the lighting about noon, but at I o'clock the battle was resumed. Ilrac.iinoiiie h.iving come up it h his rebel rceiiforccineiits Canaka. -Solium. -March l." Uthough Federal troops still gain-on this town the rebels are in charge of all the suburbs, and are even administering the allairs of the city The business men of the town met to-ilav and agreed to supplv the rebels with food if they would retrain from looting Nojai.i.v Ariz .March l" TheMexicau town of Nogales, Sonora. spent quietly its second day under n-liel rule A cotif mand of Vaq'ui Indian- was -ent to-day toward Naeo lo cooperate with the rebels against Gen Ojeda Americans arriving here reported the arrest in Hernio-illo. the Stale ciipit.il. of Max Muller. German consular agent and banker there, on the charge of oppos ing the Government FEAR LONG FIGHT IN NORTH. WnalilllKtmi (IIIIcIhN tin Vol Minrr i-n, llllertit'M t 'on llile nee, Wahhiniiton. March 1". Advices to the State lirtinent from Mexico city to-day indicated that the liueit.i Gov ernment Mill has lontlih-iicc that it will be able to restore order In all parts of Mexico. Additional troops are to be sent to the rebellious northern States of Coahulla and Sonera. From oilier information received, however, the Department Is Inclined to believe that the Iluerta I !o eminent will have a dllliciilt task subduing the nortnern reiiei. In the south all Is leporled quiet. It In estimated that .illouether JO.OOU reb els have laid down their arms since Gen. Huerta became I 'resident. Zapata Js re ported to lime informed the Govern ment that lie will obey tin, orders of Orozco, who i in Mexico city m con ference with the I'cdeial Go ei ntm-nt authorities. Casslus I-:. Gilli tie, tin American owner of mines In Mexico, called on Reoretary of Stale liryan to-day to urge the Immediate recognition of tlm Iluerta Government ly tin- l'nlted States. Mr. Gillette mill that recognition of the new Government would assist Gen. Iluerta In his tak of restoring order through out the republic FEDERALS PURSUE CARRANZA Brhrl Lender III llr- I'ut t Ilenth If Cniiliireil Mexico t'nv. .March jr,.- Vlncrnzn Carrnnza, the t.bel leader, crossed the frontier from i:.n:!e l'ass last night with .lesus (ait.inz.i, his brother, and Ileut.-('ol. Garllas aiul n few soldiers. He joined 4wU of his followers, who ought refuge in sietra del Hurro In the northein pan of 'twiliuilit. after their defeat at the hands of Gen. Ve lazquez In Anhclo. Gvn. Truc A illicit, ibo Federal com .audant, is within stillilug distance or Cnrrnnza mar .Monclova, and is pro paring to Join lien. Velazquez In an attempt to cud the activities of Car tanzii once mid for all. The Govern ment leaders have let It be known that there will be no quarter glwn in the approaching tight, and that If t'arrnnza la caught he will be shot. The rebels who surrendered under Gen, Guajardo have been sent out of Coahulla to prevent them from making any attempt to join their old chief, SEEKS $50,000 FOR DISMISSAL. lltnol Sinn riuirui'N Cook County UOlelnl I.I Ix-llt-il lllm, Chicago, MiiicM Hi. -1'ieshlent Me Coriuick of tile County Hoard was sued for ISO, 000 damages In a libel actliiu to day by OustiiMis T Tatge, one of tlio dlsmlssfd County c"l 11 Sen ice Coinnils (loners. The suit is based upon a letter written by Mr, Mccormick dluuharlng Tatgn (or allcced Incompetency unu neglect 4uty, Latest Easter Novelties in Kvery Department Easter Millinery. A profusion of linchantini? Hats, Original Imported Models, also Copies of Imported Hats; clever designs from our own skilled artists, bewildering in their variety of styles; some with extravagnnt Plumes or Paradise, others with Numidi; also others, with saucy bows and flowers in all the wonderful coloring true to nature. 6.50, 7.50, 9.00, 10.00, 12.00 to 50.00 Smart, Attractive Street Hats, in small and medium sizes; all the favored coloring, 2.95, 3.95, 5.00, 6.00, 7.50 to 10.00 Untrimmed Hats. A vast assortment of Milan, Hair, Leghorn, Hemp, Tagal and Belgium Split Straw; all the newest shades. 1.25, 1.50, 1.95, 2.50, 2.95, 3.95 to 10.00 Paradise, Ostrich Plumes and Fancies. Wings, Fancy Feather effects, Numidi, Flowers, Fruit and Foliage; very moderately priced. Easter Suits and Coats For Women and Misses Bedford Cords, Serges, Bengaline Cloth and Silk Poplin, plain tailored and trimmed effects, in Tan, Gray, Light Blue, Navy and Black, also Black and White and Tan and White stripes 18.00 to 80.00 Coats Numerous styles in all the sea son's leading colors and fancy stripes.... 14.50 to 35.00 Capes Vcrv attractive and smart styles, Tan, Gray, Black, "Nell" Rose 16.75 to 22.50 Easter Cards and Novelties Engraved, hand painted, and booklets in profusion, Postal Curds, Religious, Floral and Comic; per doz 10 MAIL ORDFRS FILLED. WOMEN BASE HOPE ON SENATE COMMITTEE .Majority Favors Suffr.iiio iiikI l.cuMiition I K-pt'i-tcil to ltc-iilt. WtsiiisiiToN, Mnreh 15.- Fur the first time In Its hlstoty the Senate tee on Woman Suffrage has n strong working element In Its membership In favor of equal suffrage. The committee I- composed of Sen ator Thomas, chairman, who comes from Colorado, where the women vot and who favois equal suffrage. The other Democrat le numbers are Owen of iiltlahoma, Ashurst of Arizona. Hans dell of l.oui-iana and Mollis of New Hampshire. Owen and Ashurst are avow-sl advocates of equal suffrage. The Republican members ate Suther land of I'tah. .bines of Washington. Clapp of Mlniiesoia ami Catron of New Mexico The tit nt three come from States which have equal suffrage. It is b,-lli.-d iln.t legislation will be reported from the committee at the net regular session of Congtiss. The Committee on Woman Suffrage was created mun .m iiis ago. mainly at the request of ICIIabei It Cady Stan'on. While year after year petitions have poured in on the committee in favor of reporting legislation for woman suf frage, nothing has come from the cum- IlliUi'C. A (hatlge is looked fol . TAFT KEPT IN BY RAIN. llUlltll Tlirenteiied With n I'limil In n til ii null Jllter, At orsTA. lia. .March 15. With ihe Ss vaniiah Klv.-t In danger of flooding An KUxta. few i.ople have bad time to gle ex-l'resldent Tuft and Ills imrt u thought to-day. .Mr. Taft stayi-d Indoors at tils hotel because the rain fell hard nearly till day. .Mr. Taft dlctateil 1,-tieis and ie.nl most nt tlm day His hotel Is situated 300 feet above the ilwr Hint Is of couise In no llllllget. Although It was tit (list thought ttut the hu!ni-HS ami a latge portion of thr iesl-ib-utlal stttlou would Is- Inundated, I, its leports tend to quiet the ft ars of the peo ple The ilver at . o'clock to-night lmd tW'-u to 31' feet c Incites. It s not very d.iiigetoiis until It reaches 3."i to .Hi fet. Til" ciesl Is expei ted lo be leiiclieil before iiioi nliig. HERE TO SEE POP'S BIG TOWER. lliKton llo l.ureil liy .Mctrnpnlllnn rtelures In rnther'a Oilier. Toinim 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 12 yr.ns old, for some tun,, has been boasting to the other Mil- mound Tommy's home at PI Old Maiboi stieet. .-'011111 Itostou, .Mans, that the .MctrotHilltnti l.lfV In-Miiancc Coiniiany, for which Toinmv's father Is a lloston agent, owns In New York the second tall est building In the world. Hut Tommy Hamilton had to admit to Johnny and c.iciige Murphy and the rest of the South HoMuu gang that he neer had been i lo-ei to "poi's" great whale of a building in Madison Square than the ph'tutes hang- Commit- I lag In pop's Massachusetts utile,- , Klinl patents and other lelatlves had I been so good that little Tommy found e,uly last week that his batik contained ft.. Wh.refore Tonnnv set out to see pops Metioiiolltan Tower and he took .loiinny and i5-orge Murphy along to prove lo them that what Is Is. They came to New York and got a loom at 233 Kast routy-foutth street and on the first day here feasted their ees on the .Metropolitan t.lfe and other wonders. Then Oeorgle and Johnny grew- homesick and sneaked back to South lloston, where they told Tommy's distracted patent where Tommy might be found nt the foot of the Metro politan I.lfe during the day and at Ills fur utidied loom at night The lloston police and the Knst Vlfty flrst street police communicated. And at 6:30 o'clock last night Detective IIiur went to the homu of .Mis. J. Itennett, who runs the furnished room houne. and cor lalbd Tomin. He was taken to the Chil dren's s,,cletv rooms and to-day will be sent back to Huston and Just In time, for of tin- oilKinal bank toll of 51? Tommy IliLtnllton hail Just fifteen cents left BRYAN MAY END ILLINOIS FIGHT Will (in There In nn Hffort In Break Deadlock. Washington. March In. William J. Ilr.in has decided to visit Illinois in an elfort to bring about some solution of the deadlock In the Legislature over the election of two l'nlted State.s Sen ators. Mr liryan held a conference with the President to-day on this subject, and It Is understood that he Is gonlc to Illinois with the approval of Mr. Wll- son. An Invitation by the Illinois Leg islature to deliver an address before It has iiffotded the Commoner an oppor tunll for making the visit It Is likely that Mr. liryan In the course of his ad dress to the Legislature will urge It to take some step which will end the present deadlock. The Secretary of State wilt leave Washington to-morrow night for Ne- biasku and will stop off In Illinois, IHIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT POPULAR PRICES1 DO you wish to improve yoar complexion, hands and hair? If you wish a skin clear of pimples, blackheads and other annoying eruptions, hands soft and white, hair five and glassy, and scalp free from dandruff and itching, begin today the reg ular use of Cuticnra Soap for the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted by an occa sional fight appfica tron of Cuticnra Ointment. No other method is so agree able, so often effec tive and so econom ical in treating poor complexion, red, rough hands, and dry, -thin and raffing hah. Liberal sample of Cuticura Soap and Cuticuta Ointment sent free with 32-page Skin Book. Atkhewpott card "Cuticura," Dept. 44, Boston. - mm 1SDCTH AVE19T020 'STREET. IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER Take Express Elevator to Restaurant, 8th Floor. Highest Class Cabaret in the City. Splendid Cuisine. Extremely Moderate Prices, this Mom-.i. iit kvi:i,t x IWN A Magnificent Easter Display of Millinery This demonstration of the possibilities of the small and medium size hat is causing women's eyes to widen in pleased astonishment. Paris has wrought wonderfully artistic and charming effects some with scarcely more than a touch of trimming. It would be out of the question to particularize or try to convey more than a general idea of the extreme cleverness shown in these hundreds of indi vidual models. No matter where your fancy takes you in the realm of the small or medium hat you will find here not one or two but many that you will like simply trimmed, perhaps with French ostrich fancy or flowers, or a ribbon bow. But whatever it may be, it will surely be original, fashionable, distinctly smart. We direct particular attention to a beautiful collection of Ostrich Trimmed Hats, which we have priced at $12.00 and $15.00 and suggest that you compare them with offerings elsewhere at $20.00 and $25.00. to- sttii soN itUTFnrtn co srrM floor, on su.k To.womtow. An Extraordinary Sale of Silk Hose 3,480 Pairs of Women's Pure Ingrain Silk Thread Stockings Absolutely Perfect Regularly $1.50 to $2.00 Per Pair, at 95c For Easter Week, Commencing Monday, March 17th, and Ending Saturday, March 22nd. This remarkable offering is made possible because of a decidedly advantageous Contract placed .by us with the Mill many months ago when conditions favored us. The rare opportunity presented will not occur again this year. This Silk Hosiery is offered in 28 shades, also black, white or tan. Sizes S1 to 10 inches. Every size in every shade. The silk is the finest Ingrain, having been dyed before touching the looms and not dipped afterwards resulting in a brilliancy of colors and elasticity of fabric unattainable by the dipping process. This Silk Hosiery is absolutely perfect. Among the colors presented are the following: Brown, Copenhagen. Helio, Lavender, Pearl Grey. Dark Grey, Nile, Sky Pink, Navy, Nell Rose. American Beauty, Purple, Coral, French Blue, Orange, Reseda, Helen Pink. Hunter Green, Emerald, Amethyst, Golden Brown, Electric, Champagne, London Smoke, Paris Tan, also Black, Tan or White. Reinforced soles, heels and toes; extra garter top, very elastic, combining grace and beauty with utility; in black a cotton as well as a silk foot may be had. Mail orders postmarked not later than Saturday, March 22, will be filled. Every pair warranted to be of the finest quality. The color assortment embraces the newest and most favored shades for Spring and Summer, selected from the color Card "Union des Syndicates" of Paris. Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Pure Silk Half Hose at 95c. In addition to the above we have secured over 1,200 pairs of Men's SI. 50 and $2.00 Pure Ingrain Silk Thread Half Hose, to be sold at 95c a pair. Among the colors presented are the following: -Light and Dark Grey, Lavender, Purple, Tan, Mode,' Navy, Cadet, Yale, Burgundy, Hunter Green, Reseda, Bronze, also Elack or White. Reinforced soles, heels or toes. fr mm r so -RAwroiti ro.. maix ri.ooic. o.x si.r. io-morkow. Women's Suits, Dresses and Coats Of Superior Style, Tailoring and Finish A Wonderful Stock of the Fashion's Smartest at Special Prices Visitors to the Simpson Crawford Store to-morrow will be charmed with this most complete gathering of authoritative styles for Spring. Most of the models shown are copies of Paris originals elegantly fashioned and made of finest ma terials. We have prepared three very special offerings for to-morrow. 200 Women's $34.75 and $39.75 Tailored Suits, $29.75 Women who are accustomed to paying their Custom Tailors $60 to $75 for a tailor-made Suit and who consequently de mand the most scrupulous care in workmanship will be delighted with the suits we are showing at this popular price. They represent the highest class workmanship and most costly foreign styles; some are embellished in many clever ways with wide Stlk braid, embroidery, fancy ornaments; many have fancy backs; collars of fancy embroidered net, ratine and satin. The ma terials are Wool Poplin, Serges, Wool Epongc, and Bedford Cord, in all the new shades, needle stripes, two tones, etc. Other Spring Suits at $16.50 to $85.00. . Women's Beautiful Afternoon Dresses at $23.75 A wonderful array of copies exquisite creations reflecting with absolute fidelity the best efforts of the leading Parisian De signers, such as Paquin, Drecoll, Callot Seurs and Rediern They are made of Brocaded Silk and Charmeuse and many have Collars and Yokes of fine laces; long sleeves with lace cuffs; many have panniers, accordion pleated, gracefully draped and slashed skirts; some with handsome;large buckles of self ma va"uesat Lavender, Brown, Tan, Navy and Black. Remarkable Other Spring Dresses at $14.95 to $69.75. Women's Spring Coats at $19.75 Regular Price $24.75 rnat, IThVL''i)sJin0Itlle0Iui"ari,' smartncss a" he P"hct fitting lines that make Simpson'Crawford Co. famous for their Tuxedo f l-S? Hfi " a!rucadyt.an cstabl'shed favorite. Among the many styles are models with extremely long 2 Surfed i ulS I ?!?'uth"? have c1,ars ?f contrasting colored silks, etc. Plain tailored as well as trimmed effects lit mSX. tt w'8 a Lay cuffs and novdty buttons, belts and touches of Bulgarian trimming. Materials Ros -Gr n nSfi Whipcord, English Covert, Shepherd Check; two tone stripes and novelty colon are NavV, Tan, Nell Rose, Green and Black. Linings are of Peau de Cygne or Guaranteed Satin, some in contrasting colors. Other Handsome Spring Coats at $14.75 to $42.50. w n im rnos Crawford co third floor, o.x sale to-morrow. I SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO..' SIXTH AVE .iOTH to with