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THIRTY -SIXTH YF.R VOL No- M. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914, Hwil- y Cn-ric or Mull Month. fcln.le t'tca, t SEBDRI IChamtierlain. FVt. her. Kern, Lea ,fi .Tennenaee. overman. Ranadell, Robin H FJQTABLE VICTORY WITH nrnnnniTin nn ulwuuiii.iiu niu on. Salisbury, Sheppard, Shield. 1 Sinimn, Smith of Maryland, fmuh f North Carolina. Stone, Thotmen ;and William. ! The hill rejected, when oriKinsily !reirted from the commerce commit jte arrted t53.fiaa.ooa, but as a mull . "I the long ttjrht which 'ai teciin by j Senator Burton early in the i;nimer. J had Ix-n reduced to about J Jl.t,0rt (by committee action two week ago. Senator Hank head delivered an Im. 'paa-toned speech. plealinc to his Jdemocratlc colleague t rffi.mmli .the bill. ' 1 "It i the duty of the senate to Sixteen Members of Maiority5VS?VihS Parly Join With Republicans to Carry Out Will of Pres-ip-raiv' w r now preparing out lmo highway and by. ident WilSOrii jwaya ami disignnte Item upon which to levy additional www of lift, ' ' "boo.OOft. No on know, hnw lung It PORK BARREL BILL IS WthTrtvr- ' " '" ,tt m"k' FINALLY DEFEATED) tMu ft'Uwrrnlk' Ue.e-. 1 In rapid aurceaaion Senator. Mar " (tin, Pomerene and v Thompscn an- I....,!i!a. f D; J .notinced the;r aupport of the motion. Appropriation tor Kivers and ..,. ..,,,. lhal lhe end,,,,,, cf Harbors, First Estimated atith" ' bu;inoM, ,h' ' ' treasury resulting from the hurcpean $53,000,000, IS RedUCed I ma.lo it n ry U cut fxin ndi- at Last to $20,000,000. j sen',.,." Simmon, made a spirited rt fort to rally hi forces, denoimeirig """ 'the lunkhead motion a an attrmpt m mwh iu m iumi mi !, ,aK, frm congress control of the Waahinirton, Sept. II. Revolting . ,: fl) , against party leadership tonight, ix-; ,,(.. h,, MiJ ..ha. br, mor. CASUALTY LIST SHOWS TERRIBLE LOSSES AMOfJG THE OFFICERS PDOIT OF LI BY ATTACKS Oil MM CAUSED HU,. s'tll.t. Hut these 1-oopW willed it thus, tired on at Railway Station. "YcMcrdny. Wt'dnendy, e h' only to prot.Ht the railwuv nation; and there f rn filed upn agiu. "More hoi'wn ite th'n firrd and mrne fitly or plMy wi hot, tn.-lud Int nnie )trlniun olli. r In tlxilian rlothe 1 thrn eeats hed a mimlu r of tre't wuh roy platvMin for vm and ammunition. In doing whli h omi honrtrendinit ai--n tto-urred. We Were tompel'.ed to K itevertv t.rtt nlglit e were let alone, Imt our tii-p Iwere tired upon ii nother iiurtrti-r t the elty. ror thl r.n the whole lelvlli.tn populnlion h today been lherdej toether and thl afternoon our Hmdieds of Best British 'Belgian Steers Said to Have; :ZW ,h' Homes in Mourning Because Conspired to Kill Invaders M.m.-r dut not, yr. e.. ttht and Severe hepressivetr-otor r ,h.. ioUts,h -nk. re,,t !H(i h.i jut r-ti.rned to Iteihn (rtmi !a ll!t t t.oiivftin and v that the li-ity a hv no tnoan wholly d-tro- .ed. The entire tout hern h'f and i lart rf the w intern aei'tlon werhfd I ! Inlii,4 at nil nhilM I h.i til- 1 PARENTS ILLUMINATINGIman iUti. r were doing volunteer j firemen work In mm rig the le,iutirui I hall, he report, they Were tired civilian. j RFCIIJ TROO 1 I of Members Dead, Wound ed or-Missing. PAST WEEK'S BATTLES STAGGER IMAGINATION Measures Resulted. LETTER BY OFFICER TO BOTTLE OF THE ME IMS BEC0L1ESIE6E0PEI10I1 COniraRCESAGD OTHERS' HCiraTS I Nothing So Violent Has Oc-i Repeated Firing on Kaiser's!1" curred in History Except During Siege of Pcit Arthur in Japanese-Russian War. w hiw wimu aetciu WlMI London, Sept. SI. 5raphle de Soldiers Is Said to HaveLAYTON TRUST BILL Occurred, Despite Warning City Partly Destroyed, (AMrlle4 rer rrrMMlee .) n..rlin Krlit. t. An niflOI.il l!rtniB STRIKES ANOTHER SNAG V iWM WUVNftk PClkt VtAM ll 1 Wanhington. Sept, II. -Oonfereeal on the 1'h.Mon antl-truwt liill ti in k j a na toitiiy when on the verge ot teen democratic wnator ( eom- ( ...... . .,. .w. m . . . . - - - iri'tr mat in !crlrUon from correaoondent in the 'tatemt nt on Ihe diminu tion ef lU- 1 re n hnig .n uci-. iio.-nu modifymit I !wak of the armies in France de-jvain ha Jnrt een g'.ven otit. It nv: I amendment to the . tion relating toj ,i,h.j . nftnhrn rt ih river . . iciare mat me paw weea a iumi.' tieiguini i ""') "i - hid .ronioiun 01 toiit ir ijo.n, ! tlvLT -B7ue. hm ai,'r'.,,IM ha r"m" Ut ,hr w"atf ccd In violence anything in'fa! n pr.H.ent.ti..n. about the occur- UntractV hvinK r,n.ed a .torn. f ' ".' j With vtcinrv a filibuateri , , V ... .2 ' "'hiMoty ainco the truggle at roM 'rence through which the city of Uou-1 dinpprvel on the .rt of hou. ! .vn... 2-! hi. c.I.!,mKl'' i,Pm ta ,h ,,,n thHt C'nnit iArthur. There are t.ne of charge 'vain wa made to .tiff.. It ia claim- i ni,.,,rl n lhp eorference commit :f: Tk: ;J ; nL " IVaku awnoxi and mat l. not . proper ana 0n(.oll!w, , ln(. ,nn,i, 0f Hrlti.hled that O.erman troop, h.ving been ; lust annronriatlt.n Tntj aeiwte ny a vote oi to money." ended tha determined airuKKle over Pr,;iP to th, introduction the $34,0"MnA bill by adopting a mo of the iirmi lnr rtalActuva and tho ca-!repuUcd by Helgiana making a .ortie; . iualty lirta which filter Ihrounh alow. 'from Antwerp, were fired upon b ; contained an amendment by Senator' Ahme, which commenced about a week SLIGHT GAINS ARE CLAIMED BY ALLIES, BUT WITH NOTHING TO SHOW PERMANENT ADVANTAGE It Is Now Becoming Conviction of Military Men That No Dc cisive Result Can Be Achieved Except by Outflanking Move mcnt of English and French or German Forces; Kaiser's Troops Keep Up Terrific Bombardment of Rheims. Recog nizing That City Is of Greatest Strategic Importance Be cause of Railroad Center; Many Minor Engagements Are Occurring Daily but Have Little General Significance as to Final Results. iii.M.Mu..iiN(iiuinii.Mi which i retreating toward Cracow, lndon. Sept. II t.55 p. m i The ht) ,lrrn urrtum,d. The tupturt of blil panted the ente it ; unparalleled .truggle on the rler lv tw Aav t-onfirm irn rfnort. ' ml.t:i We lv tile t.erman garriw.n ... . w . ..LOi, ...... . . i..., ....... 5 t -i.-.....,...! i... mI.ua tion oy ...mo..-.. n. , (1oW.n l0 n , propoial, senatorln ,..,...,., ling oecnrrrd there. Hut event, prove head of Alabama. io recommit me run orah , ((trike 1he appropriation of i .-.. inrnntestal.lv thut the Cermnn re to me commerce commu.ee - un iu- . t j js ofi.l for the Trinity river in Teia airucuona inai n euui.nu.r '",out f Senator TturtOB auoatltuie fcf Many Officer Killed. The part that Itriltrh offl.era are pulsed the HelRian orlie. apprnpriating a lump um of izo.ooo,- ;tn Oil to be expended on existing water-1 way project, in the diacretlon of the: aecretary 'of war and board of army; engineer.. t CoUupxe Come Suddenly. The tollnpae of the fight for the, bill came .uddenly after a desperate' attempt to wear dow n the republican S opposition led by the aenator from Ohio, aided by Senator Kenyon cf j Iowa, which began last Friday morn-: Ing; and included thirty-four houri session ending Saturday night. j Senator Burton, whose achievement: will go down a a valedictory effort i In congressional career of twenty-( j playln Is Illustrated by the bare te-! jtimony of the casualty list. WAR CLOUDS ARE AUSTRIAN tl HANGING OVER BO AGAIN (rt-rmau Tmo Altackcl. l-tlon Unt week . . . ...1. I. f I ...n n.T. on luring mi imnn "nmi "'"""i'i .- . rn . , ...... ih. i ;hundred and nlnety-wven offlc.r," rnlw" " " V. jare among the killed, wounded ndlV tr,H, l mn'; pla,T 'missing. hl.h la a percentage out 0r.l"v-ln. after apparently friendly re .11 proportion to. the o.sea in the ;!-lon between the German, and the rank. One hundred and thirty of..,citlxen of the town had '' fleer, have been killed. SS have been Jtnty-four hour, to be wounded and IT are mia.ing. Many T"? ;Urk 1WR' '""i" ; of the missing probably mu.t later itt"I,n- ?Zi !JZt be recorded a. killed or wounded. if ou" poitiil and 'h'J . mostly lather of famine.: also against i j C.Jil Mrram t.uanK l8oction of the iteneral staff that had) The Cold Stream guard, regiment r maln.d In the city and upon moving j Ihold the pluce of honor, with thirty- 'column, of troop. The Oerinnn hd ' jon casualty among It. officer, corps. ;TO.tny mounded and killed. They won i iThe King'. Royal rifle, and the Sii(-,i,. ,.r hnn.l however onlnv to the ' I... . r- -... ii ... i u manufitcturer and pun lmer w hich 'operation. The two armlet, strongly 'w.iuhi oeprive tne inner oi inuepen- entrenrnen, it .-stirjing on m. i.' '! donee ln pur hasing auppliea. The lery duel w hile the inf.intry ttvtke at- conference immittre revised the, tack, and counter-attack, which r PLANS BETRAYED jln the nature of sortie, from a be teged fortress. t tlccasionally one or the other gsini !a btt'e groutid. but It is Ultle lhnt .the opposing force remain In their 'trenches or take up position in new j entrenchment Immediately behind i those from which they are driven. TO MUSCOVITES in k resiinrni iiiit nun n.tu i v. r 11-1 ., r-rii., i rrath i rttitn itv ru 1 nu , . . . ... ' two year; .. warmly congratulate GP!Wal. AttSelCS IS MCVing iy-five officer. kiHed or wounded; ;w flr,. ,. R,atlon. ThetRuSSiail GeilCial Staff, 0S lOg 2 'V'" r., h'H !?"J tHtr W ,h' "M" by many of hi. colleague, aa the clerk announced the vote which waled the. fate of the bie appropriation btlL ' j liankhcad'ft Strafrtc Move. , j Sen-lor Bankhead'a motion wa In-j terjected In the proceeding, tonight; at a moment when It became oppar-: ent that a aubatitute offered by Sena-j tor FJurton for the committee bill! . . . Ithe i.ordon uignianaer.. twenty- .rulh of the foregoing statement t TrOODS IntO bOnOra tO At-jthree; the Munster Fusiliers, twen-lMtahllMhei beyond all cavil. The city r . IT:.t.1 I . . . . . tack Benjamin Hill, an Ad- Chenhlr regiment the town of lUihlecko on the river Sun, by the l!mian ha. cut t'rxemysl off from the western armies, so that i mawt now rely for defense upon tha Ausintn and tlerman army corp. hleh are there. Oeneral Ikinkl ia believed to b In a difficult position. Driven out of South Poland and .r pa rated from tha main body of the Austrian army, h h been compelled to make a tarn for Cracow, In which he w, accord ing to Russian account a, beaten ht the RiiKNian army coming aouthwart from the Vistula to Raranow. The Russian are now so sure ef Call, ia that thry are org inlirg m ilvil government for that region, a well aa for Itukoalna, the Austrian clean land, of which they are. com plete master ; own official report, ha-e been strong- The tlermana have r-laHated lo ;! reinforced, both on their f'Kb' Vn, extent by penetrating the terrt Iwhere C.eneml Von KUi. k t making lSiry il( ftvw In ltuUn J'c.btnd. Hut th prcgnai'le P'oKloiia on tne mi norm ,!uiw(.(,., rnlrnting thmelve j Outflanking Motrmcnt ee-ary. I It 1 now becoming the conviction of 'military men that nothing but oiit jflanklng mow mcnt can h any e- rlou effect on either ittmy. ! j The Herman according !) thMr ! tierent of Carrariza, Cameron Highlander, and hall was navel, bat further attempts each nineteen. :io ectlnuli the fiie were unucces-! 'e.,1" ii . r r-. aii ........ ir 10 VVOIK 01 OPieSi ADie lO Ainf. mm m u. wnifr, sncr,. mri, defending thlr fortr- until , , MJerman t The field artillery ha lost fifty-ix fyl," and Ihe medical corps fifty-two offl-; I llt'lgiane Were Caiillomxl. According to the aenit-nfflelal Nord. j .. . .. n I . . . i ... r . . . ..... .. . - in . ' ,...e..i.n.w ........ ..,.-, -!- uneir wori in tiaiu-Mt Hi e4tipteiea. VUUtllflUCl T Ul jauman effon. to rev apiure unejm. e The Montenegrin. nt1 Hervtan. are r . i.. it T . . - ! It is piMhably the dcire to recap- ccra. I latoil hv rank, tha name of rol-1 ....... .. . . i... s. . i ta MOMIM JOUHSL SSCIk i.Ata WlStl ' - - juruivillt Alllirmrilip fanuiWR, .nr ui".; n r.., t. R,.t ii War clouds i'mel and lieutenant colonel number, ,io .(...r-ntatlve. of Germany In j championed by Senator Simmon, ofjagaln hung over northern Mexico to-",HJ""S' -"''- North Carolina, waa to receive the;day in spite or ott.ciai aeniai iro... - - aupport of democrata who had beenlall source, except oinciai at aieaito, . . . . '"!... C...APnl rnrrn.a. tfl tUlS'lr rahtinff' ror tne original m i. pena-iv.... ... . . . , an' neutral countriea have been supplied i u :3 l It I prvnaiMy the aesire to r.vap- (r,,(,r4 ta meetirg with auccea ture this town at all lost. Ihhuw cf (aBj ,h Montenegrtna are now ap jit Importance the kev to lmiH.r;ant;l,rva. ,!pg .viri)etv e,u!rt of t.- commnnii ani n tnat win improe o TT? T"' "i!!L. !hetr eennecllona for attack or retreat, tn,,w , h a, r.nan crMWr . l.'.liift, n n. 1,1 .. .1... . ... ... Slany Homos n lonrnlng;. '. asking where wt the t'.titi fleet to al'ow the eaptaiw of six tm- jerw or, tti (he flrtt pince. to allow lh that ha leit the Merman u toiimuf f.,.i.. i,, ... , , . , . ...... t. m lTh l...n.r u iMtrint!.. . . .. v..w .. ... . "" '- 1... ......-. .... ....oi... ....... ...-.v ..... ...v. ...... (n dr.miction ot tne tun. on -ik.1c . I . l, . U. . ,--Av.M. ...,.. mat.. I . -t . .. . . . l .. . t . , , . . l .. .. ' . ' 1 jiiiuii aoi.iin BRiiin.-. .in iiirii. . ....... .iiij.ii inn.i'R oi .huu i.. . . i . ... " ihiulri 1 The home of many of the bestiner of conducting the war.i 1 ne tor-; hirne extent, brought a'ut lv exact lor Burton himself had expressed dis-jchlef executive at tne national ca,i..., Known famine in tne Kingdom arej.nan ..-...-.. " ' tJ,; ",. , "em oy ,e --. Tni. homlMrdmeot ha. been of theKmde to get tr the t-. antlsfaction over hla own aubstitute remainea sueni resuru...H r.-... , mourning. uieui.enam ,..,....... . , .? ' "t ' ....... ........... ."- -' !., ,X(.re ksd and is being illrevt-hsn. because it did not cut deep enough Villa'. Invasion of S.mora The first f the CM Stream guards, killed in lulch government In the inter. h. t. of ampiugn plan, which bad been ob.J frw ,!nm,luU mhU.h ,H. iVmhj j, .,.P that w !r U and had given notice that he would re-chief, however, conversed for m.ny!BOtion. was the only on of the '"'HV';' B ay.tem.- w, MJlUu frvrnfthe wnt4 of an t.l-v r.put. lat aubmlt later hi. motion to recommit; hour, today over lea,-d wire, with, night Hon. C.eorge Wyndham at ,the l.elg Ian go rmm.nt the of espumaiie. 'other hi!! around the town, and t of mare rrtttsh atewmer didi n.t tt3 imi the bi.l It wa. then that Senator R.f.l JIHL J character. The I re.u h H., hd ,f th K4en. 1, M byl Jiu- ne mo.e 'iv , i.ieuienatu t..K-oou, ... -- , , ' " ' '.brounht up additional hcay tirtillvry Hwd tht IJraul rih, a V. bT. w.nnrT - . . . . . . L. . ! ' la i B 11 Aj.al unrt fl T 1 k I lllf Ph tn IH I lhP fll 1 - . I II. II k. . f tl, A..A.,tili Bankhcad surprised the senate presenting; the -same reBolution to re .idea must be made by the Carranxa . r).giment waa the nephew and heir jsistance, and the Dutch minister Alfred Rcdl, chief of the general! presenting meaamo reaoiunon u re-i . . ............ . . ..:.. .re..iM ......... .iih ihl r... . .. .... .. '"" -"- . r". ' I .. o. igovernmetll. ine mmrnirni m lieutenant colonel, me itignt una. i" -- " " - Man oi tne riiima th. kit-. e.r until this i .lone .c. tw,. .-.. .km t. commit, oeuaior ciii...io.., ... ... ,.,.. . . tk. wetern . a .... ... - UeL ...I I.. I l..e..-mll., .-.-- " " - . . ' o.. I, III m,1 a im. t.at Blind 1 I'm liu.'l-" H, 11, ill. u .."Wl, mic ... ... .....-..-- - of the bill, made a game last Bland,, r.d todav underL ... h.... ,.r Men ouse of Meanwhile a letter written by a maue K-m. ..mu, , . ,. nrrt.r.aw,d mdav under i,- r .h h Z1"0?X S?Tir .eadhi,; oroencra, Feiipe An.,'"'" . . . a igelea. deposed aa secretary quickly ordered. : from the Carrana cabinet. Satisfactory to i-rcstacni. ,-,,....1 iimi will KeeJst. i ....... ...f..,a n,i i.-rd Arthnrifollowi: Tomorrow the comtnerce committee , definitely that Gen-ivlnopnt nV h(.ir of the Mar-misl la tter nf Rcnnan Offlcr. will meet to carry out the instruction, Benjam, 1il commanding con- Tm w,,.;,e. ' Louvain. Augunt ST. of the senate. Several democrata to- j.tUutlonal,rt troo,,g jn Sonorn. hu. not r,. litwrB. 'tar rarcnU: On the .5th we came night expressed the opinion that he.bce ordt,red , moVe from hi. post The official pre bureau laued!D" train from Uege to laitivnin, ar- uuicoiii- oun. '" hj. Carranxa. Indications were mat President Wilson, who had conferred jhe j.ouM comt,at villrt"a Invasion of I col p. had betrayed Information of h(l sitiMtUlft in ,h,, ,OWB ,,, Uif-irr m t!i W;tteevot .seer., r- Oerman officer who waa in Iiuvain iiri R:1,,.rav, list announced the death during the uprising of m civilian m- n,i.,. 11.. h.lr of ihe'habitunts ha. been printed. It i a ficult. ceeJe.l l. t.v .( tf th- w -,. t their day and urged that the bill De cut. i,jave 0 mwt ,hc Yaqu( indiBn trooiw They also believed that action mlght:of Govt,rnor jse Maria Maytorcna, aid in overcoming opposition to thejwho hag negun 0 open revolt against war revenue bill. ; the central government. Democrats who voted to recommit 1 General Villa will not taka part In the bill were Senators Ashurst, Bank-jp,rj,on n the convention of chief, head, Chilton. Gore, Hollls, Johnson,! .... rnrranxa ha called for Goto- Lane. Lee of Maryland. Lewis, Mar- be, 1 at th. nntional capital. Thlsl tine, Flttman, . Pomerene, Shafroth, wag announced today in a telegram Smith of ArlJtona, Thompson and :Bddre.sed to the Associated Press from hv Carranxa. Indications were that ,hm f.iiow in. announcement today: rn ing nerc ai l. m. nciore me tram st 11 it- ..1 1 1-1 , iln.nnal. .... .. t . ll.ly.L, a,.t t ,t . .k... I cer. whose names appenr a. missing "',""" " ' . ..'t . I I. . . ! 1 . . I . ... r.. .. . . i I ... ... V. .. t . i ... .fl.t 1, ri.'.MVU uuiiriji ..." ......... ...I. ' .-l.u m,.n.... .nrller In thl . . . . ... ... I 11 "IH r ' . ' ... ill. .!.... ., .I.ou ..I. Iu tins I " -.. w,.u.. .............. .... -the gtate. in doing mis ne mm. ... ,.omfort to ,h(, relatives of the otn-; -"" " Austrian official reports eonUnu vital importance to Ruwia and, al- tlK.ugll It l mougni prooaoie toe, : ,,.,. wft ,h(, t,rDrk Austrian Iteneral matt n.ter ma.te:tl.t fU!m, aBtl(iXer wdvaac- on thei ... . change, in their plan, the military rljh , lhe rtv,.r ,t tiurill (tHt:t Is crpcrtt brieve tnt . trr Kltft.ation, 1f uin , w.-jt o Nmtwt. I MU.nttV t'OtMHT. would not have greatly affected thejhuh h ls ,h, vVr of hj f general lsi. of the caoipatKn. i 'gmiBg j,. the p.t wvek. f tvv".. ks II ;J . il-A Traitor Ct.iumlll.tl SMh4dc ! I Ulnliig oHh of the Vi-w 4i-iMtcl reivie4 te r-i -Colonel Rcdl waa found guilty ofj ' yontluuv, nnh l f being a tr.ltor and on the advi.-e of m ,h,4 t.1a., oi ... f U'T tf" brother taficer. committed autdde, ,,,., hw lh rm,l4 th. Fr,fll.h S,a,r4 A. !t.iht.tv yat'irrj :we got out. We had no Idea what W i give only twant detail cf fresh otficiat ronit-uuiciAtion i. h-v t f or woundinl nnd mismnR in tne -: ; " ,, V . ifighttng ia u.tlicia ualty llata issued by the war office ! '"- There i a constant flow or IVb.h. ... .. i.ioh ..r the retreat ,on d " thera a. if raagh! !'" " ... . , ...... " : In a trim. V had heard something ",,"J,V . ' ' . .'try from Mon., to ano mm n-nrn in... , ... 'load arrlve.1 nere- tvtturo.iv anu ,repurrd at ail poJnt. wti consi-.'r labl iiwww. I fit i i aft evtrvmetv oittkutt wuH' over whuh to ma sit avUsnv. w;l.. h;tjjt t fihUnit t JWH. Irv ft-.vig ba,w at Viwrr4.. ki 4rii "linn lirfspa'sH tve.T.it'i-. The piatedu cf iV.owno I of Lawstoa li th. iJi aSiit White. Minority senators who voted with supporters of the democratic bill against the Bankhead proposal were Jones. Penrose, Perkins, Polndexter and Townsend. Democrata who stood by the bill until the end were Bryan, Luis Aguierre Benavlde. Villas aec retary. He stated, however, that Villa's generals would participate in the meet, ing- which Is designed to make ar rangements for general elections In the republic. 1 Teny Obrcgon's Arrest. Bcnavldes as well as General Obre- i .i..nn,a iionlprf rpnnrta that WKVniF.K FORECAST. , h"'"' " pn lmr,roned or had Washlncton, Sept. 21. -New '- jonv .,tP,n.mpnt with General Vilia. Icn: Fair Tuesday and prooamy J;n. ' , , hI mPRsaK0 that Wednesday. V ? he would nroceed Immediately to Mexico City. Persons who were wit- 0( the trouble at t.ninuanua tl ix... ; rvinmM Clty lnst Frilay- nowever- d',ciu;cii iiie LHty in lAtngre ithat V1tt ha(1 Pced Obregon under , i . arrest, threatening to snooi ji.iu SE ATL. ,a npmber, ot hg staff, but later had aiei at it a. m. ialtered his verdict. The trouble arose, The filibuster on the river and bar-, invasion of Sonora, t.. ..... i k.k oiana ex- i" 'or mil was resunieu, o... - bVgun , London from Ger T! Z'Z man hospital in which some or mem, ,...,.. lfc h The immMval .uithorit.v are exper.? . are found' husband I our' lines and were"firln upon us. jlencinx .real difficulty In findln ac- .. !v m , Wtfathr b.-mef Dear M"'1",0"'" IV.nI b, CltlJ .omm.uUtum for the dcrtu-t- who nttitsm(t w n lK . TV . 'I wound Vtan la "Dt we were aoon to learn other-11" area o .-w.ve-. ventui, th.a tUvuchvr f-j He feel, well nnd hi. wound alw I. Umvain. who - Have IHIIH-althv. U, .kSwa getting on wen. as ne . n . . Farmer r u.utle ta otvcure, t. . ti..i.ft n.u...u ... i. M.,. ,l to w rite hlmseir. ' ' " ' .... ....... .... ihi. ui.it... . . nr .1... ... ... n ....I,.... r.i ii.. ... ... ...i. iwoillt iritt i.o-'i - ...... : t' :! t t t.ci)jtt. tl tUxt T VI'tK s KeS4't't KMV, COTTON SITUATION PRACTICALLY UNCHANGED iw 1 . . . . . i ...?l....L..t.. k.it., f.tr their autUlnni shown themselves friendly to us. .tut-,""".' ,'. . ,h .i.. ... ' The wltiea uw, rvrut h.n . ,W k.,n fi.w,. ..,. n.. ...i.ti... : oiantiiis .., .... ..... '-(.. .. .. ... , . ; ....... ....... ..,.,. Tkrf ,re et iii:mi any n (Srai". na . ' ...... -i . . and riinvov. .if lirmiNion unit aiiunii- nltlnn Th.. ahooll.. h.,.a I. ,k. I lw!.Ury s.irul. VI m il whole dtv a If by Wt.r.i of "command. 1' Sf'' HU,,pr- R1 w'5i 1 1. ,v, tr... . ..... ..kin. ..... i. irui futile owing to the oftn- I l') tuv tliiKII m tyi))t tit J ist mosnin jou.n.i. snei. u.B ) mounted In the window of a project-ition of the u Vt itt Hun York, Pept. XL Ueyond an-.ing hu,r, which was barricaded. Hir wmcn i f"if lint .ii . -i (.-i. 1 - -f. Tit llM.-t'l 1 till T' Otll U'l.f!. wfl.ill fr tit 'ft Ut : t.i. autumn i ---. --- . . rt.na w.oi tvniw.f. ,n.;e. : . fl.iJ'.i.'Ovfir, ! v.'.' .i.'O t. i ' vifi -. to i ,f tM,. iilt.i , i f dv..'" netgnt ei mv vottw , i, a. .it 4. !. : ivtxn x v ".i'i .a tvns . ., , , v-t th '.'."Mift t l ira ha f.'uoSv, t Lf. UM.tfni New- official report from the conference committee that 00 bales of the .trad die interest had been liquidated as a result of Saturday, operations in ! which woj;..l. v!.'ar iftf r .The !'. S ' .i-J th f..-r ttiMt, . WlH.-Bl 1 t: 111 tig tf j i;.,Tiii.ut. riglt, in; 'tt'rfc', !I, t '.'ay-. rtJ.l ..X'. , l Oil ttt .f.'ns vf pectinK finish fight." By vote of 27 to 22 Bent river and harbor appropriation bill back to com mlttee with instructions to cut total to $20,000,000. Adjourned at 7:35 p. Tuesday. Obregon's native state. roR.MKR nti:Ms op 1UKRTA LI.WK VF.R. CRIZ Vera Cruz. Hcpt. 21. The steamer m. to noon ;city of Tampico mled today for Texas jCity with lSo refugees, many of them prominent Mexicans, aboard. Gov. r-anriirio Amiilar. governor of the Met at noon. i ,! state of Vera Cruz, will issue a mani- Mlscellaneous bills considered unner j tomorrow it I ald. promising HOTSE. inanlmous consent rule. War tax revenue bill introduced by Democratic Leader Underwood for consideration next Thursday. safety to all who have not been guilty of treasonable offense. Reports have reached here that a v.ro rrn. nnllceman was execuieo ai Passed senate bill ratifying agree- ! .n h. was on leave of hptu-ecn MaSSB- v ... .u.. i.r...tn. ment establishing line between Massa chusetts and Connecticut. Passed bill extending allowance of drawback of Internal revenue tax on "ported article, to like articles ship ped to Porto Rico or the Philippines. Adjourned at 6 p, m.: to noon Tues day. . i absence. .According to the informa tion reaching here, the policeman wu denounced as an employe of the Americans and when he replied with vivna" for America he was shot. Th incident has been reported to Mate department at Washington. the waa a ciangerou muiio mr mil ' ; ..... .It ................ it. ftk. .1; rl.tw of r.W k " corp. ami tuvauon atatr wno were "-' " " ' u., -!vn ............. 1 1,. it... ..lift 1 ......... r ih. i-otna threaten to bring ertou - . ,. . . friendly attitude of the Inhabitant f Ivww t aplnner. TH Liverpool, mere appeared 10 ne no. tup gnirisou or tne ritv had ieeti re-ioer iv wt.-'.-. .1 d'tv change In the cotton situation here duced to a handful of men to hol, thefpbea frvt H CtSv. St'AUa tfervAutH! , today. The more favorable view of;railwas station. The staff ofticei and J tutv Italy vtvlb tH MhvU .. .... ... ..!., .... -it... nfi.k I... . 1.. tfa.n of cotton, but it It tHowht tdttr , UrOSOCCIB I .'I ll r..l IJ I ' Ui'i" .'i, .....i.i. ft...,..-,. ..... ..... . . . . . . . 1 . . ..i l'.ill .,-....., ...ut.ttv kit A1 thtOlnSl . KHt. business was again encourageu, tio.v- oeen niurm-reu on in tatioit t-. . .... . . . - - - - ever by reports of continued ateadl- have been blown up; but, thank tJod.i ; ',!,1,.Tl. ness In southern marketa an, while ithera wa an error tn thl calcuUti -a XLUI'U&UmOii tiMlO or the clluent. tlrtlcrc! to Search llour. "Of eourse. they did not anl-cHut- - that two battalion bud atT'.ved y.tl f ...t i v i LiiiHiwM, iijU.ifti i h" ''.- i'ii- Ht.ltll. r!KS bul-MKt. itrlilWM.W.W. if ' t ' I'M K. i htt y o.i.i, 1 Sill.. U '..' .' ' ..,. flii i.o.i.( ; -,, " ... .1 .. i... i4!'4,,K hi-: itwi.ti- ''?(,. jui.v ftll ! .;(.... In i. I a t livt Puill. Ml Tvl JyKtMifi w.1.t:; iuk ekVKJ-lU t,tf,H l.!.Vif liitai,. f.i.'i' IttwitkiUtMtttf V.WcVf, iiji.tt ARIZONA MINING TOWN picking: is supposed to be mak ing rapid progress under prevalllns weather conditions, the comparative lv small reeeinta auaBested that plant- k.u .... .. .....u... ..I. flva iillll'te tufor. uiu tr.n mn..- t liv. Arm yUM't it. vvu . ers tne minimis iui lumui ..... w . . .. . v, ,1. , ui the.r (vf ';, f vik." ft.tV 'tia.t wHHti Official announcetneni. are; In the atattoo. At first we quickly j Wiy IVh1wi t.'.H-i' ; i.v m 't.'i,i.i.ha and m l ...-: r n..' veiOHi-; t tot. -tCV .....J Vi.'jAM.i H'1M4A .i'ol l.t ':.!. vtoi trt.'i still expected in the near future here! fired sever.t. salvo nt Ihe howe i a..vS'ii wjin .. . . it..... uii l.. !...,. ..,,i... 1 Hi. ih. ... . u rvl kH-;at . . regwraing me propoaca pinunm.!-. . plan for adjusliiiB the remaining con-.f'i u be ordered tt take my pl.nn, v" K' tract interest and the formulation ofjabout e.shtv-ttve men. and sear.h to,.t .vilv t w by-law. to provide for trading In gov-lhousea. to biing out all in u.- ;. twwuaewv. . ' vj ii. " nt contracts ; alt the arm found on toem !the U i vl vv ' ' rnmM" -Thl went off all rmht and vtber tb...o v ar 4..vv 4 Ui .m' S. P. llttcd for Itclaiiiiisc. iarchlng intrtie were ordered. tat. - .aow rvvM kw wv a.tt-4. 21. Haviiiijlive ft fire at otue to iioue tit h. n : iw charge, Ihe'arm and ammunition, and uaictttt ' w-b.e4i tieww, Nw siwiV w Individual were, found. The pico.a vii: tV ' v. v-.-era wete hot, , On Ttteadav nSsht'vvviva Mw1 w'sm,v 4.:.-t.;il-almut thirty uvh etecuthma twvaited w4 Nls' iAtvt"n ,it,: Afterward we Wete analH ttred ut'-' wt!v4 WW v v' w'V suddenly an ! we had avvernt d. .t ; iw4iv4 .. !w a' su .-;r-:v trttnndt d. Thereupon wa vt tne H'JaivS. u . n,i i this entire quarter uf th vtly, hr- Loa AnReles, Sept pleaded guilty to the Southern Pacific railway wa fined 11.000 In the Vnlted State district court today for rebating. It waa al leged and admitted that the railroad had offered to a Redlanda. Cal., or. ange growlnit association preferential rates o St. Lout, and Chicago, 5l.-f;t. t.y-i v .., . A ;t 'ft li v .) ! . I , l.iiwn ... 1 f . ... - tt-t'M. 'tAA rt ih-4 t ! tftlk , ,.V H. 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