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AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL TV EXT Y-S LXTI I V EA 1 I 8 PAGES PIIOFXIX, AR1ZOXA, WEDNESDAY, MORNING, JULY 21, 1913. 8 PAGES VOL XXVI. XO. f, THE . RE PUBLICAN PROGRESSIVE TEUTON ARMIES SURGE EAST; FALL OF WARS A W SEEMS TO BE ASSURED AS FORTRESSES FALL Aii.-trii-lifiniaii Advance is from tin' Extreme North Ki-iit Down t Latitude of' IVihh Capital In vestment Progresses OXLY M 1 RACLE CAN" SAVE CITY Hone ..I Counter I'.low Dies as Russians Prepar or: Retreat X ' 'liaise West Front Rritain Wal-li Strikes t s.-lAIEn prkss dispatchI I.oNDoN. July 2". From tin- shores Hi,- of Riga ,,u' nortll.tn "i-t l. . it Southern Poland hack into which Ui-v d.o'.e tho Russians iron. Gali.ii. ill.- Autm-Gcrman armies arc stilt emrgmc forward. If Warsaw .an l e .1, t!..-ir. it will 1-e almost a mir- :ul.. This sc. rvs tt be the Consensus ft ..pinion .-,-n among th.se in F.ngiand who In r. p.o-re ii.TP hop. ful that the Russians .ui ! tJ!!i and deliv. r a i . - in. r blow . N. v s t.f th- evac-.ation of the Polish cai it '1 f.t'l.. v,-l i.y Hi-' trim i liant n;r ;! . German.-1 ami 1 such sc-tirs .-..s wit t na -ted at Freinvsl an.l l.em berg u . hi come ..s n.i surprise. Tin- ;. rm.-i . :'. '..-! re; or' records progress I., wi.ian about "" miles of Riga t.n the north, then f.i'li.winir tin' great I'.it t!. mthward. chronicles its fur ther s if ss in th-- s.vi.ir northeast tit V:!:'.-.v -.ilmin.ttir. in the cipure ! strt.lt nk.i. . f tlx- fortresses .1.- sii-t.l to cone, a! tho capital. South ward frtttn Wars w and less 'han fifty Tiiil s frt in it. Clonic has fallen and r so;th Orokc: w hilt, ilenirm ia i!r arc astride Hi" important rail way ;rt.m Ri.h m t.. I va-iran. 1. T'n- I.i:bl;ii-Ch'.!m railway is still in the I an. Is t.f th, Rassiar..- mi far as is known '"it tho tmvn t.f I.uh'.in h is eith r h i n t'.ij't'irt'ti t.r Is in d. -niter t.f fal- ir.fi into Hit crip of the Austro-Gcr-'.nans. the Russian t t ninian.li r-in-t hiff !ia ii:5 issu'-tl ihr.iuith the civil K"'."er i;or .m or.hr th;;t in case of retreat the male p. j e I:. 1 h ,n is to ;.tt:n h itsflf t. til.- retreating trm.rs. The a.-tlte jeril tti Warsaw is ae- enl':alt-tl I y a Tlusian t.ffleial com-ni1-:.'- .ti-'ti wlii-h says the temian tt.li. mns are within artilUry raime oi I he irtrtss o( .N..'.o lieornvsk, a key t he capital troin the northeast and -nly a jui:t twenty miles from it. On Western Front Tht re has l.c-n a flas.'i of Kiitish a livitv m Flanders without any ap-j.recial-le i har.tfe in the situation. The Ilritish puhiio is far more in tfresKtl in the South Walts coal ytiike wl.nh ly virtue of l;tvid J.loytl-i;tori:e"s flyinp visit to Cardiff eems t- hnve Itecn settled. It is i ntlerstood that virtually all the strikers dernaritls have bt-en granted. The Serbian armies are beins; re qt.tl'. d and reoreanization according to ad ices reachine Itndon, and will soon I... in a nositiun to resume the offensive. Sink Turk Supply Ships A fh et of fifty nine Turkish snil iuiT vessel, laden with war materials for te- Turkish army in the Can casus was destroyed by Russian tor j,ed.. boat desirt ers, according to a dispatch fro Sebastopol to reenters. Tha- sailing vessels were tin a voyage to Trt bizond. a seaport of Asiatic Turky n t he Klaek s a. The crew s f tl f Turkish chip? were mad" I risoru rs bv the destrt.yers. Radom is Taken VIF.NXA, July i liadom, rapitol f the pro ince of liadom whi h li' s fifty seven miles south of Warsaw, has been captured by Teutonie allies, according tt an official communica tion issued this evening. Italian Progress lluMK. July L'n.An official state ment says th Italian offensive on the Isonzt) front was continued vi gorously -esterfl:iyt and resulted in I'ro"rress especially fin the plateau of Carso, where, they took f.t'O pris oncrs Tin- action continunl throiiKh out the ni:?ht. o FARMS FOR SOLDIERS f ASSOCIATED rnF.SS DTSPATCM 1 STIXI-:Y. Australia. July -'). The I New South Wale.s jroverriment has set aside -"..tiiifi acre-s e.f wheat Krnwin land and L'.i'l.OHO acres of Irriiration lfntl for se-ttle ment by soldiers re turned from the war. No Grounds For Action In Canada Bomb Outrage fASSOCIATKI PRESS DIBPATCHl WASHINGTON'. July 2". Prelimin ary rt ports en the investigation by Vnited States Iistrict Attorney Webster at Detroit German sympathizers f charges that j are responsible for blowing up the (jove-rnment muni tion factory across the Canadian 1-eirde-r were recelveel toni-ht by the department of justice. While the iniuiry Is net completed afficials said bo Xar it has not dis- ' VISTULA BATTLE IS MOST IMPORTANT I July -o, il!v wireless j t,. S.iyv lilt l- The tiverseas news ! aaeney say-: "Military i-ritics aial j all .leuspapt is point o-it that tin- ! h.lttle raiT'llir l.etweell tile Vi.-tllla ' an.l the Hny; rivers is of decisive j illU'ortant-e. The hcliof is -x- iressi.-d that the iiassians will tenaciously resist Hie onslaught. ' throwing I'urvvard their l-est troops from St. I'et. ishuri; and Moscou. I The imperi il household troops have i hten held iHick until now. the writ- t crs say." UNNECESSARY TO RESTRICT EHIGRATIOI 'JIm- War Will L-.avt- Moiv liooni and Greater . jiortunity in LVi.-ia lor W'liat Citifiis Are Eel', in That 'oiintrv .?s:ciAri;n it.kss disi-aichI I'KTilo ;i:.I . July -n. - Flussian ectH. . mists m rally predict f iat em mration t-. America will percept i ! . 1 Ililli:i::sii a;ter the t "llehlsion ..f the war and it is generally iiereed thai the i . a., run. cut u .11 not hae t-- re s; t i.v le.Lii .lati. a the normril ex.i- f t ha- j ; !-. Kassla will still t!ioUL.-ht. n li lahonrs intiustrial demands, and a surplus, the exa.-t h cannot he determined ha v., it is i s .p -ly .tt-ilv t- 1.1 .f 'aI al tha til.l. . "!: .ssia !ii e:-at ;.o-r.a.i i i : at r-.es ei i s. If anv t in a dif i' tin- other war." sain i in the I' 1.. I'ark. minister of f inani e, "for al.'. null her losses have b- en jjreat, ' t n: i small proportion t.f the wholi' ( ,'ii iliti-.n l au ht-eil killed in tht i :'.i,-h:i:.:r. For this reason I I. not tranU that it will I... necessary for ti;e U is-ian id tvernn-.ent to rnai". it --illation to prevent emigration af- j t-r the war. and I have not h arl that an sa'h measures are c.in- 1 It-mplatt tl. The financial conditions f the 1 easant population hiis be- i t ome m.-re and rrere satisfiietttry ' : iuee the be-'inninu of the war am.' - j the gtntral prosperity and content-; I i'i'-nt of the p.- may be such that; thtic will be less incentive f.,r them j to se. k foreign marla ts for their la- ' . ). ' : I.-i.ihi.t ion to pet-vent tmisjration t tltrni.'iny has already bt-en coiisitlelt-1 ; an.l doubtless w ill he enacted into j law soon af-cr the conclusion of ivar. : This project. a-'oriliriK to S. I'. Vese- j la no, assistant minister of industry i an.l O'lnmerci', is aimed chiefly to j prevent exploitation of Russian la-j borers by 'P-rman agents anil so- ( t it tit s who have been active in Rus- i -ia fttr a number of years: ! "1 iio not think." said Mr. Vesa- ! la no. "that any further legislation to restrict rniiKration will be attempted, j It is obvious however, that from na- j Miral causes the number of emigrants j will materially decrease. It is im- I possible f..r me to rive any exact j estimate as to how preat this de- ' crease w ill be- whether one-fourh or one-thirtl of the 2n0.riin nn-n who leave Russia annually for America. If tho war continues for a Ionic time I Vmt inued on faRC Two WELSH HERS TODAY ON tA3SOCIATEU I-I'.KSS DISPATCIIJ 'AltldFI'. July If the South Wei's miners tomorrow ratify the agreement reached by the government rt-preseiitati'es, mine' owners anil the exi t utivt committee of the miners fed eration, the strike- in the coal fields which menaced the fuel supply of the navy will be ended. The terms Krant a substantial increase in wanes and other closed grounds on which the United J States could proceed criminally against any p.-r:;nft alleged to he implicated, since there is no statute to cover a conspiracy formed in the I 'tilted States to commit such an act in Canada. Webster was directed to continue his invest iat ion. and Rive particular attention to the question if whether the dynamite or other explosives useel American soil. were transported on TRADE UNIONS STRONG HELP GERMANY i ' l'I l : i : J i ()j!juis( al In Gov ernment ttnit .Militarism Its Meniln-rs WYir (n.ijck to ljusli to t lie 1 Jefense oj' the Fatherland ! MANTEL'S AX!) ! i:X staxplm; tg(;etiie!; Sncli Lai o r a.s a Xnt Alohili.t-d in tiie I-'iidti SoiiLdit the Factories Iji tratrel in .MaU'mv, Mnni tions of War I ASS-'TIATKIi rr.-.SS rtlSI'ATCHl l:HI:t. IN". Julv L"l.- I'lotn the he ililltiin of Ihe'w.ir the la in, n Mad--unions h.ivc ir-.el a ;ti"!;l; help, rather than a hm-haiae t-. the govern ment in its eft'.. its to M- If the liiahest ef:it it-n- m ten e it of the arious neiessities of wa!'! CoIoLrne Z--ituna tle..t. s .. h.i to a trihulc to the v. ork -a t!. Th-a-te it iiijtiits 1 1 sa;. s in part : A:- the ma v .c: ;f - a ie h th.- pr; -e: i a i-polllt Iie nt s n. h is hrotiyiit our- . re plaee is t.iki i- hy lh- 1; ich t he i e-rin a n n.i of party . ra! of la u na n m i it eili. iri'.sae pe K lip t gauntlet thit was thrown down before it O'lr foes leek-.ned Willi tttalllt that the ili-Uke of war anion-, the Kreat masses of the people, and the ( ....sea ie-t oi p. 'lta a to leiht iii-t:i U the S'Kl.ilists in the Ken hst w .uh! irractly hiinipi r the mobilization of the army and nay ami Ied to :i w.-.;K"ri-ini? of the lii'ini.in for.es. All these cah uhitioiis i roi'etl error, .-is. ' Kven niii-iii.' tht- working iii-.se- eomplf-te ret Ollitlon pl-eillls that oUI epeniies w t-re hetit on tht- dt-1 1 r a.n ef lli-rtllii:!.'. t he same tierlnany thili has done naii- than en;, o'h-r i- ilize-" state for the welfare of the woikiny td.isses. es.-e!ally !' lne;ll,s of Its masrnlfiecnt yysteni ' na-ama! insur ance. "The tiaile ii'iions. the vast majority of which ate nornia;- in tlire. t oppo sition to the k'nit-ninifnt and the par liamentary majority, have frankly de clared that the Widely ramified social inst it'll ions in e-;mtny bin! the ibr man wor kmen mora- 1 3-st-lv ! icMona! life as a whole than is the ca-e Will. the Knrli"h or French worker ititb ed. the et-.-mt. sta'es i:t- And I,,.- hindhand in this rtspect that th- Hi-r-niiin workman does not find it lun-d to remain a flernian in body of soul The feeling of community with the tlerman en idle thus st i imihI heiied lc soci;il It-irishiti.-n has i-ei-t-.l the rep resentative of organized labor, the tratle unions to set aside since tht outbreak of war all trade ur.h.n inter ests arid to throw into the scale their whole strength for the purpose . J briiiFintf to a ictorions issue a war forced upon the (human nation. "In re",:ird to industries whh h have taken over the pre-paration of war mu nitions, the trade unions made ar-ranya-rne-nts to mobilize all the labor required partly by establishing courses of instruction in th- new work, and thus insurintr the- highest efficiency in output. Whenever inter- I font inued on I'asre Two) WILL VOTE STRIKE OOESTION concessions tantamount to admission of the miners claims. Trie thief cause of the miners' un rest was that they considered excessive the profits the- mine- owners were mak iti.u: in the sale of coal at w ar pt ices profits In which they are not shaiinsT. They also deeply resented the en forced arhitr illon as authorized by the application of the munitions act to coal miners. If the vote tomorrow is favorable to ending the strike, two hundred thou sand men will return to work imme diately and will iiree to abide by the terms of settlement until the end of the war. THE WEATHER lABKfCIATPm PRESS DISPATCH! . WASHINGTON, P. C., July iO. For Arizona: Generally cloudy. PRESIDENT AID CABINET AGREE ON NEXT NOTE l'--al't of I )i!-iin;eiii An swerinir Latest Gennai: Gi .minnnical ion is X'ow Goiiile1e in Form and Will' lie Sent in F-.v Davy IT WILL NOT I5F AX FLTI M ATF. i ah Threat.- to He .Made a to Future Ad inns ui' Thi. ( 'omiti-'. L : i i"t Fnan inioiis in Its Adoption ; Xote (ASSoi-HTK!! PI-.KS-4 Dtal-ATOH J WASiil.N. 'Tl i.". .l-il Ja. -Tile prrs- iihnt and .alara t tie. i ll d on the ten- 1 a I pi m.-iples of the not e to be St nt to Cerniiiny within a few dns. re-iu-win" t lie clfoi ts to it-cure for American i-ii.ii.-. i f... protection of tin ir ria'.its on the hi-li j-e.lrS. Tip' dl'Uit of Hie IlOle IS oruplele m f.uni. In lis character atie pi;e.is I'aie is ana nun. us ailit uit .it .:e! tone, t.i S.H-reiary l-ansin- i. ::! .ork pattaiL- m more precise Ian-.-i a: e (j.,. le. .is set ft rt h. It was lua.ii t : r ' hat tin- ..,!,. v ,:i ii..t he a:: u' ; 1 l-tui.i oi- nek: attv threes a- p. tin fatal, purposes lie Fnit'-tl States. M rebel t tht ia' in- t i;etiei.,!U ei.-;-le.l ..ecie-.'V' :' i I'd i n ". the pioh- :b!e cctit U'e of ti e t'.'ll'. llllillii il' ft'! :::ll .he pl-si'lt-t i i.ut i.ait tl iiKilins' .'t.lll. d , pi tul.it- t: III :ol. Ilce ,,f the i.il.il- atie.ji of t'e c merit. Such in- roitiiaii.,n as was ohtii liable concern-i:i-, the liiiloi'e of the new note is chief v of :i I-i sa t i i ! i-.e i er. .' !t i.. iii 1) ealcr-.i TriU.b'-ts said tla ',-oiill l ot i-e .a, i. It una! aril, al tin -a Mine jt was pointed out that il : ! o! a ' !. ' i al id a . Ve an .'- i - . 1 mali: er- liiia- t:ie fi- id of .1 is. ussion and !.. --. 'i i . t al ;;ud i'li il'i; s.puireh, or : '. . re. ;a n' i h r- '. - aisa I i ! i t v tor rit: ac ii"n:fc.v.!.i -I riii-at ; uh: t-j ae n 1 1 v .-n- iail'-i f the irie--i,iy i llii.tis ..(' the two loiintrits. Th" i ciuTi e niiii t ion will ! (Continued on I 'ace Two) PREPrRlflTlO GET liEfllTY FROIIfflliT stale Pep.-n tnient Sends In st miction- for l-'iliiiv: of Claims for Property LY- niisit ioiied i;i Ih-laiun;. France and I'ol ind associated rp.Ess oisrATCHj WASHINGTON. -lily offici-il insl r'e t ions t-i Atnerieiins w ho desire to oiesent ai-ainst Germany ehiims L-rowiiiK out of its requisition of pro pertv in lieljjium. northern France and I'oiand. have been s'-nt out by the sbte tit-pa rt ment. Millions e.f dollais wi.rth of iiropeity are understoenl to he affected. The Friited Stiites h.is been officially advised of the German government's creation of an "imperial indemnity commission" to cons'ib-r claims for frc couitieii:at ion f-u- pidperty requisition ed in enemy territory oce-upied by Ger man military forces. The rules of pro cedure require that the e'ommission's proee'cdin -;s be conducted in German anil that documents submitted in any other lanirii:i",e can be considered only when a i -com p: in ied hy a certified Ger man translation. The department eloes not accept in print ipk- the takinu of property that -lues not nitiii' under the head of neitc sit . The claims of Ann-ritans are beina filial by Ambassador Gerard with Ihc Goiniau foiei-n office- fur presentation to the- commission. In t ransmit tinir the claims the Unit ed States does not pass upon their pro I -l it I ;', equity or legality, which is left for final determination under interna tional law in case it becomes necessary te formally present them as diplomatic cla init-i. 'ULTRA-PACIFICISTS" ARE SCORED BY ROOSEVELT j SAN FRANCISCO. July 20. Theodore Roosevelt was given an enthusiastic reception on his ar rival from Portland. ! Durinq the trip ?,cross the bay from Oakland the Colonel alluded to what he called the "Ultra Pacificists' and expressed wonder as to what would be their attitude should real men with real guns in their hinds invade this country. "The subject of my address at the exposition tomorrow," he said, will be War and Peace; it miciht iust is well be ::D.imn molly coddles." ZAPATA RECAPTURES CAPITAL-. YTORENA DRI VEN TO 2 GALES When Gonzales E acuritcs j Cite and (iocs Xorlh to I .Meet Villa, Zapata Forces j Auain Enter and Takei Possession I'AIL'OAD TO COAST IXACO AXD CAXAXEA is oft of i;rsm-;ss! takiyx py cakuanza .leans of L'elieviiiLV Starv - i 1 1 Lf T.'Miiisai ils A i2"a in Cm.; Olf Situation L'eportefi Desjier; te in Ad'ice It; Washington lAHSOCIATKD I-I'.KSS UttfPATCUl WASHINiJToN, July -a. Iils- ..alches to r'.i-in M'v the State 1 e p:u : iie-ni o eity hit- today an- ..::!it '. II. at the Zapata forces e t.c- ope d tin- taptta! Sunday, l.j iov iiur ! cm-nation by 'he Carranza a. tny ander Gonzalez. Zaiiiitu officials an iiid to have rosium-d fill! control .f the city from whali they were driv--ii ten dii v s a-a P- Gonzalez who has now -.one northward with iroops to meet the advancing 'illa a i 'J'his unexpected development nine as a surprise ' nut only to of- ici.N of the Washington iruvi-iritn.-nt at to both Mexi.an miriii i. s. Il iad been supposed that tin" Zapata rmy. defeated. :nul harrassed on its --eii. at w as operating alone; the rail road to Vera Cruz awaitiinr; to form e:i,.tion with the "illa colun.-i. No word has been received of the ,v In ia a hi aits of Gonzalez since he uit the capital. News of a batth riear I'aortuca. already reported by Villa's men. is hourly expected and --ay alroadv have occurred, messa-a s eouiiinsr about t w-nt -four Vmiiis for ia -i niission. other reports to I he -i.it- .a pa rrme-it durinir the day said 'hat railroad t ommunicat ion br-twee-ri '. i i i'li:. and Mexico City had been a--;.- ntletl "on ac. unit "f the jiresen' i - I ' a i v op-ra t ions.' The suspe!i.- ion ..f railro.-id com -riuiiii- t ion is iewe-i hi re w ith al t nil f.n- the sufr'crinir peiti le ;if. Mexico citv as tV.is action rhniplete !v ints off the send'ne' of much nee.Iei food supplies. A privnt" mos-a- received pictured tile situation as desperate. The slat- department made the fol 'ow iiiLr a nnouncenn lit toniirht rcnrd oiar the latest ilature in authority in .1. i.-o City. Tin- .i. p . r irn-nt is in receipt of ad vh e--, tiafd th.- noon of the nineteent! from Mexico ci;y stiitirtr the evacn-i-ICr.ntinueii on Parze Three) SALAZAR RECAPTURED. BY U.S. AUTHORITIES ASSOCIATED TRESS DiSPATCHl I'.'I. I'ASO. July L'n.--Jose Inez Snla-J ar. the Mexican Kdieral who escaped I i iiiil at Albuquerque last fall, was ar t'ste.l on the American fioundtiry west f I'alouiiis bv United States customs inspci tors. ! Amr.ts of the department of justice retard the carturn of Salazar as ;in impoitant incident in the campaign they have under way to prevent, the iitiiueiiration of a ne-w revolution in Mexico. Ity many of them it is be lieved Salazar is an active nc-nt in Mt-xico of Hnerta, who is now held at Fort Itliss charged with plannini; a new revolutionary movement south of t!ie Rio ( Ira nde. Salazfi-'s arrest was a surprise to loive-rnme nt officials. Two customs in spectors J. ( . Taylor and Jolly earner Gonzales' Withdrawal Is Only Temporary Is Report lASSOCIATED PRESS DrSPATCW WASHINGTON. July I'll. Fliseo Ar redondo. Carranza's ugrent here, saiil the Gonzales forces had left Mexico ('ity to combat a raiding: movement north of the city by an inferior Villa force, based near Silao. "Adequate provision for the preser vation of order in Mexico City have been made and whe-n the present operation is completed, which should re-quire nly a few days, the military force will return to Mexico City, where Gonzales will re-establish his headquarters." said Arredondo. Carranza Troops Routed LAItKtiO. July 20. Carranza, troops Carranzistas Trample On Stars And Stripes wi'a-T.T.--i t : . v- - ASSOCIATED PItKES DISPATCH! I niSHKR, July I'D. Carranza troops I while eneaged in removing- liquor J from an American saloon at N'mai found an American flag, carried it to within a few feet of the boundary line, and trampled it into ribbons. American saloonkeepers are report ed to be moving furniture and other poss;essicns across the border as ra Villa Chieftain Prepares to Defend J 'order Town Against Carranza. Troops Ender ('alhs X'ow Press- Jul;' X'jrthward ! G navnias Onlv Port Jie- mainiiiLV in Possession oi A I a y t o n na Trt p.s A re. DeiiiL!,' ( Yncentrated ;tt Xoirales t AptjOCI ATKU rREJ3 DISPATCH N'K.AI.iiS. J.ily -i). Governor M.-iy- 't'irti.ii, ih. '."ill i ihieiiain who a lew i days a.ao comtolied politically all of j the state if .-'onoia. with the e.Nce ptiem ! of At,Uii rri--t.i, opposite Douglas, has ma'ie r-rt aralion ; to defend Noale.s, S.inora. the only i. order point lit- now possesses from attack by Carranza troops under ('.alios. The takin- of N uo and Caivim a by ('arrarzii fotees in i-ihlition to numer ous eta; r towns and mining carnps h;is I h-it Ma; toi.-na with Guaymas on tin. v.est i-.iist as his oii!v- port in Soi orj m l tla.i'ph he ih tiled Ciillrs' claims oi victory at Villa Verde, the Villa i hief a nnoi; nceu ,,e w ould "conci-n t r;i te all Villa troops at Nouales to plan a new cainpii i.n." 'ien. Acosta. ri" of Alaytort nil's jren-i-rab'. who was defeated at Villa Verde, is ( xpe- ted tolllaht with 2etl troops. Aee-ttrdina to reiorts from CarrapV.a am-nts Ca'.les wiil attempt to apt-re No'-ailes at once In addition to Acos tis cornmaiid .M i v'toren.i ixjiects the Vaoi.i chief. Fiba I,,.j,, to come in with fift-.-en hundietl hut previous reports state,.! that I'litii I.ejo and ail Italians .-.ho remained fri- ndiv a'ter the "blot ': . .- ' of the Vaqni X'alli y had ee. Iare war .11 -i Mexican factions, and had tlefiniielv aliainlorud the Villa Cananea Taken '.('n. .T'li.v "a. Can. -ill Ciilics is in posst sion or ( 'nnarea. The tow n wtus .--il liii.'.t la a tiii;ht. Lootipq wns sfojq e.l hv shootitt-; the offfll'le-rs. Nt--ales is the next expected to l-e at tacked. Mavtonora's afiit stated the loss of N'aco was accounted for by the fact that many soldiers had been sent ti. Lower Soiaua to protect American in terests. Villa frees ret rea time from "ait.-tnea are reported to have looted the store of R. I.. Hawes. -in American, at l-'u rta Citiis. of Columbus, captured him in the Tres Hermanns mountain.-. Salazar had been freed under a charpe of violation of the neutrality laws and was re-arrested, held on a (hariii- of perjury, the aliened perjury consisting of contradictory statements made durinsr his trial as to his where abouts at different times. Salazar became prominent during: the revolt attainst Madero, headed by Pas cual oruzco. Afterwards he was made an officer In Huerta's army and par ticipated in the action about ( "jinaffa. Since' his escape at Albuquerque sev eral months alio he has been at the heat! of a small force in chihuahua. Sonora and .isrents who have been working on the Tluert," case believe he has been acting- as or'tanizer for men intended to be used in the alleged new movement. have ben routed after several days of fiKhtinsr with Villa forces between ,1'aredon and Icemole, south of Mon terey, accordinir to unofficial advices received tonight. ! The Carranza army lost several hun 'dred dead yesterday and today, it is Jsaid, in a battle near Villa Garcia. -3 miles south of Monterey. Shanklin at Vera Cruz VERA CRUZ. July I'd. Arnold Shanklin. American consul g-eneral at .Mexico City, has arrived hero on his I way to Washington, whither he is go ling to report to the State Department on conditions in Mexico. pidly as possible. According to the reports of American mining-men who have reached the border, fourteen hundred Villa troops were evacuating Cananea last night on the approach of the Calles forces and caused dam age approximating $5(1,000. One block of buildings was burned and many Chinese stores were looted they said. Five Cliinese'are reported killed. BUT FEW 'IN GO ON STRIKE AT BRIDGEPORT Conflicting Reports of Ef fect of Call Are Sent Out hy the Leaders, Alanu facturers and Lahoriir.:; A I en FAILURE DUE TO M LSUXPERSTAXDIX ; Xiht Force Fid Is to (Jo t Work After Pickets Have Leen Posted Situation is Uncertain Few Alen LASSOCIATED PKK3B DISPATCH nniDGIil'OKT. July .'!). The strik'; call to machinists of the Remington Arms and Ammunition company, ari l lour subcontractors, has brought out, ai-coriiing to labor leaders in the neighborhood of 17.", men. The manu facturers said exactly -s had quit. Labor men admitted that not a man had left work in the main plant, it is said the failure of the strike was tine to a misunderstanding and that the men would quit tomorrow morning. It is said the night force failed to go to work at midnight. Pickets are at work tonight and they are i-aid to have hten respon sible for the strike of the night force-. Thomas Savage a member of the executive board of the International Association of Machinisas stated that aboi.it T" men on the night force had quit, and that about 100 in the shops of the sub-contractors had walked out. He also said that a confer ence was in progress in New York tonight which might lead to the set tlement of the difficulties. Savage also said he received in formation that Frank Jennings, aim J. e. Conlon. vice presidents t.f the mat liinists. are at present engaged ir: determining whit factories in this eountry are making supplies for con sumption by the Remington company with a view to calling the machinists ol those shops out on strike. ShortU after noon it is said a walkout had been ae. omplished in all the shops where it hail been planned. This was quickly followed by news that not a man had left the Reming ton plant. Rumor had It that Major W. ii. Penfield, the works manager of the Remington company had offer- ed the men an eight hour day, with a. dollar a day added to their wages if they would remain at work. The men are said to have acepted the offer. This the labor leaders deny. Standard Oil Strike N1-:W Y ORK, July 2u. Serious riot ing broke out tonight at the Con stable Hook plant of the Standard Oil at Hiiyonre. N. J.. when several hundred of the ;00 striking em ployes clashed with more than 200 special officers and policemen. The strikers were apparently trying to charge the works and the guards fir ed into the air. The strikers an swered with a volley and scattered. Another disturbance occurred near the plant when a boilermaker on his way home tonight was mistaken for a strike-breaker. He was attacked and severely injured before the police interfered. Ste-amt-rs and barges are being load -ed with case oil destined it is said for Fngland. and towed into the up per I!ay. and anchored near the Statute of Liberty. It is said they will remain in the Hay if the strike is continued. The strikers are aug mented by two hundred employes of the Pergenport Chemical company, adjoining the Standard Oil works, who have declared a sympathetic strike. DOUBLE TRAGEDY Los Angeles Detective Kills Woman; Dies By Own Hand f ASS'KTIATEr PREPS DISPATCH! I. OS ANGKLKS. July 20. With a. revolver purchased while he opparently held the woman prisoner in her apart ment. W. H. Warren, a private detec tive, shot and killed Mrs. J. L. Carter and then committed suicide. The double tragedy occurred at an apartment hotel ( where Mrs. Carter, il young woman, lived for two weeks. The man summoned a messenger and gave him a check for ?10 telling him to cash it and purchase a revolver at a pawn shop. Shortly after the messen ger delivered the weapon four shuts were heard and Warren and Mrs. Car ter were found living with the man's arm holding the woman in close embrace. AFIRE AT SEA British Emigrant Ship Burns Another Vessel to the Rescue I ASSOCIATED PRKS3 DISPATCHl LONDON, (Wednesday) July 21. A Renter dispatch from Durban. South Africa, says the steamer Itenalla. with eight hundred emigrants bound from London for Australia is afire 800 mileT cast of Durban in the Indian Ocean The cargo of one hold is burning. The steamer Otako, a hundred and fifty miles away, picked up the wireless cad and the vessels are steaming to meet each other.