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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORXLVG, JUNE 15, 1910 vi'-w by the approaching darkness and 'the cover of the canyon, advanced to , n;inl tiie wt au. n.akinK a whle movement .'-tar'.e, at dusk, Willi t!i- Kivjti-xt tivity "on the east - " 1" 1 West H'les of tin' Lmnler port. All ;iviul;i hie f'-ilerul troops und home , detour of the main part of the border t iiirds u ,-re oi den-d to man the ! town. Their aitvance ould be plainly irtuelieH uhii'i liarl been di)K in a I traced by the veil of dust which huns orescent, sweeping from noutheast to over the valley and advanced an the I northwest of the town. Harbed wir ! horse of Villa's mounts kicked ui) the . - Three Western Governors And Parties ' Arriving In New York To Welcome Troops I Oi lheir States Homecoming Overseas e.it.-iTiKlcnimts h:sve been strunK in fiopt of these trenches and .small, round adobe tufete.l Work houses built at frequent inlerva.) alonif the out3- line of fortificatioiiK. At dusk tonichi these oiil.l ho .seen with Mexican flags float ing: from their Turret. : SKIRMISH STARTS AT 7:55 tl!he tir-.n Fkirmishiug started at 7:35 l ;.tti. when the outposts southeast of iWn clashed and exchanged a few shr.r.F. T.o shot from the artillery nifces in Fort Hidalgo on the souUiwest nii;ii were also henrd. Uclonel (Jonzales Escobar, gurrison ' Mtninander under (ieneral lYancisco 'Idnzales, announced officially at S o'clock tonight, that rebel hoo")s were in Jhti outskirts of the city and a ifcn- ,! assault on the town was-expected uiicl bus bein prepared for. 'V-".. Juarez Confident of Succe tie expressed confidence that bis men rmld b.j able to repui.se the attack. All x'Orex and saloons were ordered closed bjuti.c municipal authorities anil rcfu ; continue to come to the American nVof the border. Many will be forced .osteon in h,- streets or at 1h iimni j( ration deteniion station. .,. Like a sinuous snake, slithering alon soft, desert soil. Civilians Flee to El Paso . To the southwest, lights couitl lie . seen in the gathering darkness on the parapet walls of Fort Hidaluo,' from which the first cannon shots were fired ' shortly before 8 o'oioci;. Lights sprung up in &U parts of the Mexican town ';t if upon signal and the line of light?; aiori calfe t on rem, the main street twinkled in the night as if no attack khs expected. 1'c.v civilians were to be Keen in the streets, ss most had fled to El I'uso. Ieneral Francisco Conzales. who with Mexican 'on.su! 'ieneral Andres Garcia and a party of his friends made, bis l'.md.pianers in the Juarez club declared his confidence loniirlu Hon his forces would be aide to repel the rebel attack and that the "bandits would have to work hard to Ket into i the town." After making this an nouncement. General lionzale.v and i'ol- one! Pwnhwr mmmtl I,, ... i ' rode out to the western suburbs to in spect the fortifications and entrench ments there. Break Camp Late i.i. r,.r.iiii, i ninuanua ia courier ' r' """Y1"1 r-T ; i "O 1 4V1k T TJjv jcmV yf'Ti l", I I 111 f , v "!x5 5' Wi , f rt f i ! I Comforta ble ,wd .luarez. Villa, in all river road leading alons toward""1'"1 villa's camp.). June 14. Rebel 1 from the southeast, l''Rtni:isco forces under Generals Angeles, Villa ' V PUj'pt rebel column moved slfiwl.- m. and f:,rtin l,,iv Krol.o c,,,,,. 1,,!..., 1..... today and started a movement in n f 'lis attacks near t hi I pnlithw evlrlc ,1 ir,,-t ir.,, i..in,; i...i.- b..r,l, r do.-s the pioiuicsoue t hijis a.Tid Icircl.. to the south and cast of .luan z n hdyane.. on Juarez tmifeht was no ' Villa, w ith a flvimj column of cavah-v .s,ee,.ti.,ii. Creitkiuv camp in the laic led his f..ix-os it: a flvin". cioud of (p .. . lerno.,,, at K Itarro in the Bosgne. I ert dust. Lopez followed Ansreles and h-d his column up the river road headquarters staff in tie rear m an enveloping cloud of dusi until ' ,., . , ' l" ' the cavalry column appealed to the' 1l 1,arro ls ('mi'l'tf!y 'leserted .s. , soul boast of Juarez, just as ttie suni'"' ':al'h''s- riSlitiiiK has j s-nrned to set the wuri.l on fire beidnd '"' rvAre'1 '(,t between outposts, tint Sierra .Madres. and th numntains I X lllu's '''unn started breaking drew their shadow curtains Cor thei""'1' !"''' 1'"'s emoon. and b- 4 ni'tM, , o'clock his main column was cantering Silhouetted acainst the aftorelnn- t idown the road wliicn vans in 'he gen eral iiireciKm oi juarez rtom El Rnrro. Martin Ipe.' column was next in line and t Ieneral Angeles was last to leave The governors standing together in the center of the group are, left to right: Governors Henry J. Allen f Kansas, Thomas E. Campbell of Arizona, and S. R. McKelvie ofNebraska. ioniirht on either side, and trom the : to your great nation, but you will un-j general direc tion taken by the column ; dot-stand my feeling. ' it is possible that t'a.y may be heading! "Of military operations, of course. 1 1 toward Samalayo.i and Villa Aliumada j can sav nothncr. 1 can. however, eive i am tune. ir.a Juarez at this Tl!" eastern skv. Villa's forces cent.) t -e-n ilainly as they oldiipied from a southwesterly direction to a frontal po sition on the mesa land overlooking the Ti-ern aJley of Juare:!. A white horse could he seen amont: the darker shapes and was picked out as beins Villa's. n.-cause of his well known, des tht color mount At a canter, the mounted rebel cavalry column dropped behind a fold in 1 he In the little adobe house under the cot lonwoods which had served as ids headquarters since he arrived here. While no official announcement was made of the destination of t lie Vjtia column, natives in the houses of Kl Barro predicted that Villa and bis forces were riiiins 1o attack Juarez. n mesa and, hidden from Xo shots had been fired up to o'clock. esjre fgr Juarez Quiet Early KL I'ASO. June 1 1. Tliere was little or no excitement here or in Juarez to nitfht follow my the movemenL of Villa's rebel column from Kl Burro to the southeast of the Mexican town op oosite here. Senivics could bo seen walking their posts on top of Fort 1-Ii-dtilKo in Juarez. The outposts were in the little turteted blockhouses of adobe and in the ioN-tes outside of Juarez, but no shots were fired and "pacificos" came and went along the l oad leading i ruar' to the valley a.s if no military move rner.t wa in prepress. Xo attack i expected until late tonight if at all, HUNT FISH IN SEAPLANES t Baltimore American) As to 1:lo live lo whieli llvi,,., nei- you an idea of wliat we wish to ttc-! cnines ma v lle adapted, there'has been complish in the immediate future. : ,L KURS.sU(m tha, ,nPV m:lv ,,e USP1 t0 Is Democratic Idealist chase and capture wild game birds- el came to Mexico in the interest of : Keese. ducks and swan-that migrate the Mexican liberal alliance, the pur- ; from the Arctics to milder climes every pose of which was to unite all factions autumn. The idea is that the machines warrins against Carranza government i can go fa-ster than the birds and that and establish a true democracy, lor I i by some netting arrangement whole am a democratic idealist. , flocks of migratory birds'" could be cap- "l fear that the alliance has not pro-ifured. gressed as it should have done, for it Biit there comes from Gloucester has as yet appointed no governing i Mass.. another suggestion about usimj body and has adopted no formal plat-; flying machines in the nunt that win, form- ! perhaps, not quite so much jar human "Of the conference called last Feb- '. sympathies for the under tribes In by leaders of revolutionary mackerel fishing locating the schools movements in various slates of Mex- is everything in the success or failure ico'. I can say " little. H was to have ; of the day's trawling. An experienced met the latter part of May. but no itsnerman can, from a high place on and Villa's forces are expected to camp ! representatives from Chihuahua a'.-the ship, see signs of a mackerel army Next Time Buy FISK TIRES! Tires tliat axe built right and are sold right. Price of 30 x 3lA FABRJC Non-Skid Casing $19.15 RED TOP Casing $25.75 TUBE Fits a!! makes of Casings $3.65 Prices reduced proportionately on all sizes For Sale by Dealers The Fisk Rubber Company of N. Y. PHOENIX BRANCH 241 North Central Ave, on the sand dunes to the south of the town or proceed south toward their general base at Villa Aliumada. S:i miles south of the border. Stop Federal Mail Man KL PASO. June H. The Mexican mail carrier from Juarez to Guadalupe Juarez was turned back by Villa mid way between those points today. He returned and crossed the Rio (Irande at I "aliens, and reached Kl 1'aso tonight. He says the Villa men have six ma chine guns, but that only about half the men hace rifles. ANNOUNCEMENT The Adams Hotel Lunch Room will close tonight, after dinner, and be closed until thoroughly renovated and repaired. Appreciating the splendid patronage given us in the past, we assure our patrons of added service and satisfaction upon the completion of the work to be done in our Lunch Room. Adams Hotel GARY SCHULLER Manager IIKA I )y CARTERS OF GEN. FE LIPE AXGKLKS. Mexico, June 4. (By the Associated Press.) "It is the in tention of this revolution to conquer the state of Chihuahua, and there re ceive the refugees from Mexico who are. now in the United States and other countries, to receive them -viih oin ;.'nms and divide the last crust ot bread ; we have with them if it b'i necessary." This was the messago .Jeii.erod to the Associated Press correspondent at i midnight last night by Gen. Felipe An ' gcles, commander ot the revolutionary i lorces in t lie vicinity of Juarez. Gen- ! eial Angeles, in a statement to the ! Associated Press, reiterated his pre- , vious announcement that he had no ; presidential ambitions, and denied i recent report circulated in the United States that he had proclaimed himself provisional president' of Mexico and rrancisco Villa his secretary ot war. General Angeles is encamped less : than six miles from Juarez and is ac companied by Generals Villa and Mar- in accepting that office after he had tin Lopez. General Angeles acted as ! won it in the field. , spokesman for himself and Villa, the I ''Whether we shall attack Juarez, 1 ; latter confirming bis statements and I cannot say at present." 'joining in his announcement of th& 1 General Murrietta, in command at aims and intentions of the revolution. ! Port Hidalgo, reports that the second His statement lollows: j oi the two cannon shots fired early tnis No Training for Office I evening landed in the midst of a de- - could not be provisional president I tachment of rebel cavalry half a miie ; of Mexico in view of my oft-repeated south of the south trenches defending i j., I,,, ,i, mm no mijuaj-y teauer j cue c-a, . 5 i should be the chief executive of my J " icouncry. i urtnermore, even if I should l. LA K.K.Z. hA I I iif. I council mi- mai post oy my com i patriots. I should refuse to fierve, as 1 j have no preparation or training lor it. I "A military chief in Mexico, with the great military power that success in any revolution would bring to him, would be able to disregard the interests of the people and become a military dictator, with ail the tyranny that dictatorship implies. "General Villa and I believe that, after the revolution has won its fight a civilian should be elected, one who knows the needs of the country and will have the r.bility and rectitude to provide them. "We are perfectly in accord in this matter. My first impulse on meeting a representative of the Associated Press is to express my gratitude for the generous hospitality and my sincere respect and admiration for the United States. "It would not become a simple mil itary officer to send formal greetings AUSTRALIAN HARVEST IN JAN'Y (Chicago Tribune) January is the wheat harvesting sea son in Australia. tended, because we were not notified in I a mile or so away, liut it may happen time to allow us to arrange for leaving; that the big run is just bevond vision our fo.ee-, in the field. 1 presume; and so escapes. there was a meeting, but we have noj The mackerel fleet of thirty of forty details. ! vessels that went out the 1st of April "It is the intention of this revolution , trom Gloucester carried one or two sea to conquer the state of Chihuahua and ' planes that were to scout for signs of then receive the ret usees from Mexico,1 the mackerel schools. The trawlers who are in the United States and other j quickly go to where the seaplanes di countries. to receive them w ith open j rect. and so flying and fishing work arms and divide the last trust ot bread co-opeiauvely we have with them if it is necessary, j "My speech at Parval, on April Z2, contains the general principles on which we intend to found a state in Chihuahua that will serve as a model for other states of the Mexican repub lic. Denounces Class War "In that speech, and repeatedly since. I have denounced the war of class against class or the rich against the poor, of the . ignorant against the educated. "Former revolutions have degener ated into simple struggles between the various strata of Mexico society. I have denounced the attacks on the churches and the confiscation of property which have obtained in other struggles for liberty. "I think that since I have come 1.) Mexico, there is a noticeable improve ment in the manner in which revolu tionary troops deal with the civilian population. What, the revolution needs most is the adhesion of men of nbilitv. "General Vlila and J -are particularly anxious to have it urlerstood that w stand firmly against the elevation to the presidency of any military leader. I think Madero made a great mistake It makes no difference what your wonts may -e you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages Arizona's lead ing advertising medium. ummer LIVE IN THE OPEN AND TAKE LIFE EASY Hammocks We have just received a complete assort ment of popular priced HAMMOCKS-at a price within reach of all. $2.75 $3.25 $5.00 COUCH HAMMOCKS Just the proper thing for your lawn or porch. You will never regret owning one. They are priced right and worth it. $18.00 $40.00 PORCH SETS Complete set consisting of rocker, chair and settee. Fumed oak and made to la st. 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