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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION TlllllTV.SIJMl" YEAIt. STORY OF llil II VILE ACTS After Defeat at Columbus, Bandit Leader and 230 Men Raid San Buenaventura and El Valle, MANY OUTRAGES ARE COMMITTED BY MISCREANT Carranza Troops Arrive in Time to Save Home of Reed Family; Mexican Girls Are Carried Off, ry MORNINd JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASEO WIRSI ii.i.t AH... April 7. A thrill- inir account of Francisco ma s au.ii n nn San Buenaventura and the adja- him wm rent town of 101 Valle, having a PP-!)m iil'ition of 6,500 people. March 14, was Riven today by Mrs. i.eorge '""". harbor, during the debate today on wile of an American mining man, for :thft r,v(irg )md h.ir,ors hill, more than twenty years a resident of 1 ppite th attack by Keprescnta that s-etion of Chihuahua, at heri,lve rniia.Wav, of Texas, not a sub hntne here today, ifler eldest ". jBtnnliation of any kind was made. George, aged 18, escaped death by , . . . fleeing from trie house, cnmuinR ocr a fviirden wall and running, coat less, I hatless and without shoes to adjacent mountains, where he lay hidden for three days without food, until notified! by friends that the Carrancista troops! had arrived. Loot American Home. First a squad of Villa soldiers and 1 later Villa himself came into the; Iteed horn-, lootinR and wrecking It. I Villa cursed Mrs. Reed, she says, 1 charging that her husband and son I had a large store of food, arms and! ammunition hidden in the house. This: she denied. Then, as Villa insisted, i she invited him to search the prom ises. Several soldiers set with picks anu crownurs, digging mi, the garden and tearing up floors. Finding nothing, Villa sent several of f his men after kerosene and superin- I t' lided the operation of spreading this through the house, when the Carran za soldiers arrived. Villa Had 2.10 Men, The Villistas tiroko ho.fore 'heir at-; tack, il being necessary for the Car-, ranza troops to fire but few shots In , driving them out. Villa, had 2!I0 men, j fifteen of w hom were wounded. Mrs. j Itced savs she saw several American e.'ivalrv horses nmonir those ridden I by Villa's men, presumably being some of those stolen during the raid on Columbus, N. M. In San Huenaventura and El alle, Vill., ,,.., ,. I, I n-nnun I .. . '. 11. .i ..1.,,'. ......... I and tun lime go is, ini i jmh a .... ... '. . , , ... ... I uuny-seven i)oysan,i live gins as en nt vps I - 1 Aliusp Sitanlslt I 'a in Ilv. Several Villistas entered the home of Jose Rojas, a Spanish merchant j who vein In 101 T'!.u, look hi three, children and threw them forcibly I agiimst a wall. The children were ...ii n't. ,.kii,i.. bruised but not killed. The Villistas told Mrs. Itojas they intended to kill the children, burn the home and ear ly her away with them. The arrival of the Carrancistas saved her. Conrad Ter rattan and Manuel Fer nandez, Mexican merchants, were taken prisoners and their friends in formed that they would be killed un l"s fifteen hundred pesos ransom was paid. The friends managed to raise the amount and they were liber ated. For ten days Mrs. Keed and their children subsisted on gruel nm beans, until Mr. Iteed, who was In, louglaM, received news of her condi tion and brought her here from Casus (iiandpfi. llroihcr llevengeH Cousin. Enrage,! by the mistreatment of Ids cousin, Manuela Parra, bv Villii I personally, Jesus Andrijo, aged 1 years, escaped on Villa's own horse and joining Col. George A. Dodd's expedition, acted as guide In the fa mous ride which brought the Ameri cans into the first contact with the bandits nt Ouprrero, according1 to (ieorge rteed, Jr. Miss Parra and five other girls were forced to aeeompnny Villa's men, but were released the next day. Andrijo was carried away as a pris oner with a number of other boys "n, young men, being informed that 'hey would have to fight for Villa. Andrijo, thirsting for vengeance but prevented from wreaking it personal ly on the bandit leader, managed to 'hide his guards and scaped from the (imp on a black charger, the person al property nf Villa, Heed says. At 'be Sinta Maria river he met lieed and John Harper, who were acting as "' "tits for the Dodd command, lacked Co-operation. ... "hoik ai s o ciock at mgnt, ine. American cavalry rode all night, tir- j '"uig at Villas camp after sunup. If the Carranza trops had co-operated by closing in from the south. Villa coidd not have escaped. Reed says. Villa, personally, was at Hacienda Santa Maria. The main column of his troops, under the command of Manuel Haea, was stationed not far away. Villa fled nt the first sign of trou ble, with eiRht men, leaving the re- Jhe Day in Congress SKXATK. "''t at noon. Resumed debate on army reorgan- izati. mii. Mp' at 11 a- m. Deliau? on rivprs and harbor ap- 'uprintion bill continued. 'Military committee arranged to near Secretary Baker Saturday o,i ie army appropriation bill. insular committee recommended Passage of the Philippine Indepen en,p foil, na it wa passed In tho senate. THE WEATHER vi:.thi:k ixmuxiast. Denver, .April T. New Mexico: Sat urday and Sunday generally fair, cooler (tout henM pull ton Saturday, warmer east portion Sunday. LOCAL WKATIIKK REPORT. For twenty-four hours, ending at 8 p. m. yesterday. Maximum temperature, 81 degrpps minimum, 2" degrees; range, 34 de glees; temperature at fi p. in,, 5ft tlt grees; west wind; clear. CITY RANK CLEARINGS. Yeaterdav 35,U2.!tU. mainder of his force to their own rp soitrcps. Heed states positively that Villa was not wounded and was In perfect poss-sslon of his physical power when he left. Iteed has ip Joined his parents in Douglas and will make his home here. The chief dependence of the Amer ican expedition Is Andrijo, who knows the country as far south as 1'arrul, and Is relentless in his determination to pursue Villa until he is captured or killed by the Americans. I The American scouts who started jfrom the border with the expedition I are ut a, disadvantage, being in a country which familiar, Reed most says. of thein are tin- CALLS APPROPRIATION 'PURE PIECE OF PORK' ISV MORNING JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIREJ Washington, April 7. "As pure a Piece of pork as ever went into a bill without a hit of lean in It for t'nele isam." was the wav lieiiresentatiVM was the way Tr, f Mass;,ehiiscitK. discussed itom 'f $2110,000 for continuing Ule (X,t.ntii,,n in Galveston REPORTED READY FOR 0 REVOLT the prem-' r' meanwhile. Any information -will .V . wo,:k'Lonsu Garcia Says Stories otisem to him immediately by wire ilio-L'iiiir n J .,.u 1. bi ..ff,..c.lu r. ce , a ai II 1' DlSaffeCtlOn Ale AbSUrd, bUt j Americans See Close at Hand, Trouble;;1 ISV UORNINfl JOURL'At SPRCALllff ASEO WIRSj f.; paso, April 7. For days reports have been current here that trouble, was brewing In Juarez and at other points where Carranza troops are eon- centrated in proxmiit" to the border. These renorts reached a climax to ! night in information from presumably j j responsible sources that the garrison 'at Juarez would revolt on Sunday j mi Sioid.'iv I night, U'hlln tho ItllltoritV (if I IP StOI'leSl"OVV .hn effect thut Ihn disaffection v. c m , ... . . . . v . . .... v .. .u.. .. .1,.. ,ia fuei.x n-nv- .oos ,oe ,,.e ... . .. ? , ernment was ouecieo agauisi jiiuni-,niiir, .... cans, there was no apparent oasis m, iihiu iw lief other than the general nervousness which has been prevalent on the nonier since ijeneiai reisiuim t columns crossed the frontier. I he on v act ai lounuauon mr ui uu fo,. ll.ul Hi. I'n rrn ivji . ?uoi itr in in .... v ....... .... , unlrlieiN rn lii need of both food audi proper clothing. These soldiers are being paid two pesos a day, worth about four cents In American money, and out of 'bis they have to feed themselves. That there is a good deal of unrest and discontent among them seems certain. Crisis in Juarez. As to whether this unrest will cul minate in an actual revolt Is a mooted ntieat inn. hut that such an outcome . Ms expected bv the local officials here iis true. A high city official said to night: , . "Mutters are reaching a crisis in Juarez. It may blow over but if it does not we can look for an outbreak before Monday morning." Tho roorexontntive of one of the biggest American financial concerns in Mexico admitted privaieiy i",.,,, that he looked for trouble In the near future unless the economic conditions In northern Chihuahua changed for the better. (inrrin's Statement. At the samp time Consul liarcla, ad mitted, v thp closest man to (.ieneral Carranza on tho American side of the border, said tonight: "I never heard of the story of a pending revolt in Juarez, but It Is ut terly absurd. As far as the tales of the massing of Carranza troops near the border are concerned they are too foolish to he denied," CHICAGO MILK WAR DECLARED SETTLED; IS MORN, NO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASEO WISH Chicago. April 7. Dr. John Dill Kobertsoii, health commission,' noiincpd tonight that the milk an war virtually was settled today at a on- I ference held All Of the in his office. milk distributors. the lnreest one. the Uordeti company agreed to pay the advance demanded bv the dairy farmers, who demanded ail Increase from S 1 . 3 3 1-3 per hun- dred pounds to $1.5"i. John J. Fitzpatrick, Chicago mana ger of the Borden company, who buys one-third of the milk products in the Chicago district, said tonight that decision as to the altitude of his corn puny re-Is with headipiarters in New York, i BANK ROBBERS GET 2 PENNIESFOR TROUBLE S XORNINS JOURNAL SRSCIAL LSASSO (,RS' Karle, Ark.. April 7. Alter cutting all telegraph and telephone wires out of the town, robber wrecked the out er door to the vault of the Parkin home bank at Parkin, Ark., near here earlv today and Rot two pennies and 3 worthless pistol for their trouble and the dynamite used. They over looked the compartment In which the bank' funds were kept. The at tempted robbery was discovered when the bunk opened today. " ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SAT U R D A YAPR7l , 1916. IFiRCIIIllPT ! CRTflT STHHCC ff I B R IT 1 (PI Y ' IIU nilUUIIIL.ll I UIILIll UIIIUUULL UIIIMUII IILI LI ! WITH GERMANY AROUND VERDUM I TO CHANCELLOR BE TOLERATED President and Cabinet Wait for Berlin's Reply to Am bassador Gerard's Recent Pointed Inquiry, CHANNEL STEAMER WAS TORPEDOED, IS OPINION Prompt Apology Likely to Be Tendered, but Washington Expects Much More Than Term Usually Means, ISV MORNIN4 JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRSI Washington, April 7. President Wilson and his cabinet discussed at i length today the recent attacks j merchant vet : ""'1 agreed essels carrying Americans to defer any decisiv e steiis while awaitin : the tJerinan gov - jcrnment's reply to the inquiry of, attacks on the trenches taken from 'Ambassador (ierard as to w hethon j them by the Germans betwen Kcthin i German snbniarines sank the Sussex, . court anil Hill 2. the French, With I F.iiglishmun, .Manchester Kn ! and Kagle Point. The president and Secretary l.an- !sing expect the desired Information jfrom Herlin to arrive at any ' preliminary report from Mr. 1 said in unofficial dispatches l.ieen forwarded from Herlin, time. A (ierard, to have had not ! arrived here late tonight. President Takes Outing. ' President Wilson left Washington I tonight on the naval yacht Mayflow- i er taking with him complete data on I the Sussex and other cases prepared 'for him ut the state department. He 'expects to be away until Sunday night lor Monday morning unless definite i word from Hprlin is received in the Will la ss. -ftlinougu some iiuimih oun -in.- the government already have coiiolud - Although some ranking officials deliberately at tacking vessels regardless of ine rights of neutrals, it is declared au thoritatively that the United States can not question tho Herman govern ment's good faith until full opportun ity haw bi'en f.Urefd for a response to Ambassador (Jprard's inquiries ami for a demonstration of whether sub marine commanders are supported in attacking vessels contrary to Intern.i- 'jtional law Sussex 1 oi'iioiioeii. The administration virtually h.is concluded that a (iermna submarine torpedoed the Sussex, and officials consider the principal point at issue to be whether (iermany yvuiine niiusn m-s, in ,mii-.i-., .. , . , ,.,i ,u i,rt fr;..,,.. 11 deo on t el v ii uulsh the ot fleet respon --- ; .,,, nllBUhm,.n would ...... , , . :,i...l .i.l.iiii,, lit ni.nnt-i.lll V ue cousiucieu n.o-M...... ..i i-. has not been determined. statements in liernii press ois- Hatches regarding the attitude of Gel- man officials are taken by the ad ministration to forecast an admission of the Sussex attack. The statement. of Dr- Zimmerman, undersecretary j for foreign affairs, that in such event j (Iermany would be ready to meet the j I'nited States "more than half way," : was read vvitli interest, but judgment, was reserved until Just what was meant was made clear. It was slat-j ed definitely that no arguuieiiuiuv. notes would 1e sent, to Herlin. Affidavits on the attack on the Sus sex forwarded on the. steamer St. Paul are not expected to reach Wash ington until Monday, and in well in foii.ie.i cireleH decisive action is not expected before next Tuesday's cabi-; net meeting. At today's meeting i . point was made of the number of neutral vessels which have appur-. ently been sunk without warning within the last two wppIcs. I OKUMA IN FAVOR OF j ANGLO-JAP ALLIANCE tsROflnted Tress rorresiHindence.) Tokyo, March 31. Spurred to speech by persistent attacks on the Anglo Japanese alliance by several Japanese vaiLut,!i ncrs Premier Count Okuma, in an interview yesterday, insisted on Ju ,.nn'o nnu-nverinir fidelity to the agree mnnt with Great Hritain. He declared Ithat Hritain, Japan, nussia, rrauce and Italy must nmn loseuo-, , i h..li rinmmlill foe. "The spirit of chivalry and loyalty m iy sa o ioe iiirini. , strong among ; .he Jp;'n"' '' unirit has been ways since tne oumreuK oi me ...... I have no fear that the leading men of America, or of any other country, u-in .lonht .Lilian's sincerity or loyalty because of the writings and mouthing .. ..iisat ona newspaper any n.c I than we of Japan doubt the friend pti..ui.. ,. ih lovaltv of Kngland or I.-III i ... - - A..,.leji because a few newspapers ! .... . : ....l.Ot. iinlrnlhu sav unKino mums ,Pr p.,., ... about us." Hp went on: "We are doing every thing we , an to assist Kngland in fighting her enemy. "It is true that recently a small section of the Japanese press has taken a stand that might bp regarded aM anti-P.ritish. It has been suggested to me that such newspapers should be rigorously dealt with, but I regard the muzzling of the press as a dangerous thing unless the newspapers overstep the bounds. The vast majority of Un people of this country and of 'he prpss of Japan is extremely friendly to Kng land and the allies. The alliance," he asserted, "is Just as strong today as ever it was. bene fitting Japan and benefitting Hritain. : l.ax federal Ijsv Censured. Chicago, April 7. Lax federal laws jroverning steamboat inspection were censured as being largely to blame for the Eastland disaster, which coot more than 800 lives here last summer, in a report filed today with the city council by the "technical board v ea se 1 safety" special committee. GOES ON WITH UNABATED FURY French Retake Part of Ground ' Lost and Check Other At tacks Launched by Teuton 'Forces at Haucourt. RUSSIANS CAPTURE GERMAN POSITION Austrians Make Gains on ltal - !mi (TVMill QllWC PAIlinHA kill I I Ulll, UlclVO UUIIIIIILH.; tu Drive Tmks in Black Sea Region, , ,MV MORNINS JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRE) The region northwest of Verdun, around llaueouit and between Beth- i Incourt and Hill L'li.'i, is still the scene ,,f sanguinary' encounters between the French and the Germans. ! t'ontinuing their vigorous cotinier- ineer,the use ot hand grenades, nave reeiip I Hired additional portions of their lost ' ground and in Addition made progress 1 in the communicating ireni nes. Violent t.crmnii llack. Around Haucoiiit the Hernians launched a violen, attack against tin French, previously having prepared the way by a heavy bombardment 'lasting several hours. The French, 1 ,1 at ions ol the llritish navy oepriveo I however, through the use of their cur-I her of the necessary number of sub llain of fife and rapid-fire guns, put marines," said Lord Itnhert, "but has idown the attack and forced the Her- now begun it again. 1 am convinced mans to retreat, leaving numerous ; dead on the ground as they made their way back to their trenches. hi the! remainder of the front in 'France a ml ; lielgiiim artillery engagements alone: have been iu progress. , in the eastern fi t there lias cen a continuation 01 t he lively unmet .. of ininsk, especially about Lake ai- engagemeiiis 111 ine inn (117. where the litissians succeeded 10 occupying portions of Herman i trenches. The artillery on both sides 1 also ha been busy around Ulgu and Fiiedrichstadt ar.d in east Halicia. Hains by Austrians. ' The Austrians 'rive recaptured from ! the Italians a ridge north of Monte j C'ristobul an,i In the operations took a number of prisoners and captured j j two machine guns. .ttiu Ks oy hum j Italians in large force north of the; , Sugana valley were repulsed, accord-! nig to lenna Ji'lood conditions along the Ti ! are ag iin hampering the lintisli ; force w hn ii is eiiiieavoring to mane j its way up tne river to ine m-iici "i uriiDV rnon ic iilniii iuiiu u PRrQinCMTIftl ii l iv mi i FAVORITE SON i.iiii. Al , r ',, I i nasi mi" i" . i BeatS William Aldeil Smith byjTlnough them all runs the deliberate Over Five ThOUSand VoteS IKngland above all her allies; to hol - , ... i . n r i" i'kI'T ,,f' fletlon that the C.erman bov-. 111 Michigan rreferential'ernment Is fighting a defensive, war. Primaries, 1ST MORN I NO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASEO WIRSI Detroit, Mich., April 7.- Henry ford today declared the result of last .Monday's presidential preference pri mary, in which he defeated I'nited States Senator Willium A. Smith by more than n.Olifl votes, was a victory for peace rather than for himself, lie interpreted It as meaning that a ma ii.iiiu i.f Allehiuan voters endorsed his views on preparedness. He also re-I iterated his assertion that he Is not in politics. Against Preparedness. "I am glad," said Mr. Kurd, "be- cause i Interpret Hie honor as an ex- pression of a majority of the voters i that they believe as 1 do against mill- tarv nreiiarcdiiess and the exploitation of the working man hy the moneyed i munitions Interests. I believ e that, if . the people urging us to prepare, gel nt lino the stale of preparation that i Ihev desire. thPV will find us ill a War, to a short time. The primary vote leads nip to believe that the majority of tlie voters in Michigan feel tbejgiiini. There are Slime w ay. Pleased Willi Compliment. j r. n,.i I,, oolitic l know Sena-! tor Smith and like him. If ne wanuo i the endorsement, I'm sorry it wasn't , give eli him. on the other hand. J m ideased to get an expression of senti ment from Michigan. The Michigan delegates to the Chicago convention may vote just as they please. U will mai c absolutely no difference to me." Mr. i'ord at present plans to return to Kurop,. and the Kurd peace confer ence in May. ill Go to I in rope. "I don't know how much success will attend my forthcoming trip." con tinued Mr. Ford, "but we're going to continue our efforts until results are so apparent that the shell manufac turers will have a few Idle moments to look at them. 'i d like to lake a vote of thp men in the trenches to determine Ihe senti ment for peace. The vote for Henry Ford In Michigan wouldn't bp a baga telle to the plurality peace would get in Ihe trenches. "1 know the sentiment there. It is for peace. I tut negotiations roust lie started before our candidate can be elected. My candidal? until F.uropo's returns come in will be peace. I hope to nominal him. I believe there's s saying In politics, 'He is the people s man.' That's peace." IS SHARP AND COMPREHENSIVE No Faith in Any Promises I Made by Germany, Declares I .. J n.. ,,.i P,-,;i r LUIU RUUl'll ijt'UI ill LV tended Interview 1 THE BLOCKADE FULLY JUSTIFIED BY CONDITION :Dr, von Bethmami-Wollweg Popular Uprising at Minister of War Fears Home, Trade Allc 10 IaI, 1 SY MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIREI 1 .til,,,,,) ,.ii T 11ft I r. o. 111 I. Lord Kohert Cecil minister of war iiiaile made a shall, rculv toniglil In 1 1 lo. wo 1, In ,li reichslag of Ir. von i lielhnmnil-Hollweg, Hie Herman till- perial chancellor. Conversing vv it h ! Xmerlcan correspondents on behalf of il... teveiirn .irt'l.e lord Itobclt siild !n, ,., n thai Hermanv mightland Inhuman, just as falsehoods ' abandon her siilimarine warfare if Cleat Hritain relaxed her food hlocK - .lde. was hardly likelv to be enter - tained by Hrent Hritain, which had no faith that any promise made by, (ierinany regarding submarine war-1 fare would be kept, ; "(id ninny slackened her submarine 1 warfare for some time when the op- that (iermany cannot be trusted 10 keep any promise." Kevlevving the address of Dr. voii I tethmaiin-1 loll vveg, Lord Kobeitsaid: Keplies pi ( liiincclloi'. (.imm-ellor's speei h covers ,,..., , c,ound. As usual, b . ,..lin,s ,,,. ,,. Hi,. anrmV'at - lluht to blockade Heriii i pears to think the neutrals are m no , ..- it 1 1... same opinion. n't ann'og un m' neutral governments who have pro tested against our action, none has been found to argue that tho block ade is In itself Illegal precisely in Ihe proportion in which It Is effec tive. ... "That Is, Germany'! contention. Ger many has openly proclaimed her lu leiiiinii ,,r blockading this country and has done her best to do so. We )ire - sum,' her in-llon is justified, because il Is Ineffective." , I Referring to Dr. von P.ethmann rls ,,.,,., ii,.., i:,-ni,i t:rli- I llililli" ft n nn. ...... t uin alone Is responsible for the con Itlnuation of the war and that he made j proposals last September to which ho 'had reieived no reply, Lord Kohert i said: ' i 'uils to Sow Discoid. "it nitty be well to make a clear ..ntivi.r ui ibis l!v singling out scp - urate lowers among Ihe allies, tno:M''tiaior miiiiiii, j chain ellor endeavors to sow1 mischief land distrust among them, nut ne nas 'failed. The allies stand together and have pledged themselves to make peace. In common. The chancellor i knows this well. He knows, ton, ami 'the people of ncriiiniiy whom he de- hides should know tluit nothing in any public speech he makes cun ever j form the basis of peace overtures. ; 'These periodical speeches In the irclchstag are cunning blends of bom bast and peaceful proiesiaiums .Ii...!,,,! t.i noinluli I i ill in ii ti hnlrHll (IT and to loresuui niiu i-'-" oeeiipled the remalnilir ol (lie nay. I which the German government mosliT)u. pending aiiieiiilnieiil was that of j fears a popular demand in Germany Senator Smith, of South Carolina, to I for peace. Never can Ihe allies dig- j,,,,,,,-,,,,!,!,!,. $ r.,(niil,iMiu for a plant, a j nify this attitude by taking It as an iHl1p tm ,.,., ,HH ,,, he determined by I overture. The chancellor made his m, department. The surplus ca-!so-called proposals last year K'Hely .lH(.(y VI.(. govern ill s needs In tnat ne migui oe ,o m. " m. I virtuously today." As Peace Comlil ions. I Lord Kobert recalled Dr. von I'.cth- inaiin-llollweg's words of December ' "None of our enemies has ap i nroached with peace proposals, and they believe it o be In their Interest , I falsely to attribute peace proposals uinH socialistic, ! us," and the chancellor's statement j Senator Smith said he had framed Ithat if lie was to speak of peace con-i the amendment with the purpose of ditlons, he must first see the comll-j reducing the cost of fertilizer to the lions of Germany's enemiis. (farmer because, by a happy clicuin- "It is clear,'' Lord Kobert ( ontin- 'stance, the government's iniliia uc, I, "that the Germans themselves needs and those of the falin -r con did not make any proposals, In spitei)(, M(., jlt n,,. same time. of what the chancellor now pretends, Kven if lie were sincere, and in the precise proportion as we believe him sincere, we reject with contempl thi basis of peace be nners. "The chancellor Invokes the princl- ,,. of nationality ln Poland and j;ci two principles of uauium oi.v. l'i"' .'" le right of each man lo nee sen-ne- velonment and association with his niiovvs, aoo nn m .-.. - that right through Ihe establishment and steady deveiopmeni oi ocm.-ci an government within each country. Buffer of Anurchy. 'The other summons all Ihe profes-, sors from all the universities, covers; its political designs In a cloud of cth-j uological theories, sends out Its secret j serv ice agents to foment Insurrection and stimulate bloodshed, and III duel course, reaps the rewards of its efforts! In the establishment of rigid tyranny,! fringed by a biilfer borderland of an archy. fi... ..illicit. I, ll.n eiutpiivor of this coiintrv; Ihe second Is the nm-!"'"" pa.i.v ims io o .,, bitlon of (iermany. We know it of'Henlley said. " I hey have robbed us old. We encountered it In Napoleon, j have taken fond vvitluiut paying for it and it was Canning who fought hypo-1 r have given worthless money for critical nationalisms to death and who it, they have stob n our horses and afterwards, in the name of true lib-. saddles, but they have not killed any ertv, called In Ihe new world to re-jof us." dress the balance of the old. . I At one time Villa and 12,(Mifl fol- "So Germany and Austria are to 'lowers remained for six weeks in the solve the problems of Poland? A truly I Mormon settlement"", he said, and comfortable prospect for the Poles! I Paid for supplies they took In worth- lf Germanv wants Suwalkl. there will be no dearth of German professors to prove that it Is Lithuanian and not Polish. Poland is to he (ipp. but not for Ihe Poles, for their country is re served for the noble function of a buf- fcr between Hernial! ami Kussiu, ibi ti atelv eolonixed In 1 lerinahs. Itisoiiie, Snicii'-tti-. "Anil ItelRiuiii' There is In hi a Ili'W lielgiiim. Listen to the chancel nr. 'ttifl he oppressed Flemish, free 1 iv iiiMiiirv. Hi'ter they for months have refused In be net free h the mild rule of the German 'kommandators' in Belgium, or 1,1 swallow the precious Flemish university which the German government has tried to (one down their throats. "To such pear,, proposals there Is only one answer. We refuse! We ale fighting for the ol, lielgiiim. That which has been broken shall be re stored, and with (be nation and gov - j eminent wlin In oke it we shall never I have peace so long s they have the I,,,!,..,,,.,,, , effrontery to claim the nub, of play log providence with Ihe pieces. Ilcsponsihilll.t 011 Germany. Has not the world made up Zmn;X' 'JrTZ1 . '.- for ! al. I lor j i lies whose forces were not ready offense, or upon (iermany, who had I planned in advance the violation o I Belgium .Now (iermany says she wishes an cud to the hostilities. Is it because site loves peace? Xo. because her earlv hopes of vlctm y are dwin dling and she wishes to draw full ad- vantage from her past successes and 1 be in a position after the wi 1 still tol ibimiiiale tic- confluent with the threat of her formidable military machine. vv nai vvouiii sunt a peace mean. it wonid mean the triumph .,f ti. - Herman idea of internal lonal moral-, ilv ; tin triumph of the system which regaidN irentles as si raps of paper and finds everything permissible in I, I. ..I ...ill' II 1.. ,,,.,.,,ui ,ll "ii not make any mistake. cr- nianv Is unchanged. We have still ! in deal vilh the same Prussianiited jpoVVer.' -' , I e 1 1 II S dill (TePp ll.V IliRhtl lover the peaceful countryside audi nrop nonios on women 1,110 ouioicn, submarines still lurk In the depths of 1 the sea and scud to the bottom un- II- 'IICI uieicuain vessel, noma, mm 1 lielligerent, Willi all their non-enm- ! batant passeiiKers and crews. . Their liiilhods of warfare remain ruthless and . effrontery continue to be their chief , ilipiomaiic weapons. i " 1SE BILL EXPECTED TO PASS SOON ;Only Ot 1 1 e i" Featui o Likely to ARMY IRE! uausc ueoaie in benaie nc-; , ,. , . t , "Please reeflfy these false state- lates. to Number of ReKiHM1P,,,1'" "',! (lomVJ, ,At,m,r n ,ho , Associated Press. ' Th Mexican MV- iars in limes ot rcacc. ! MORNINA JOURNAL SPECIAL LSASEO IS Washington, April 7. -Admlnistra-I lion lenders ill congress are hopeful i tha j t he the arm) increase lull, tirst or ; three great national defense ; measures, will cuter Its final stage next week before the joint conference I committee. Indications tonight were that the only remaining section likely j to cause prolonged debate in the sen-I ate was the one fixing tjn strength of the regular army. Smith Ainciiilmciil, The semi ic Voted on only ono i .tiiienonieni 1 lug w ithout to the bill today, adopt ion call the proposal of of Georgia, that en listed men in the regular army here-, after be given opportunity for seventy-five hours of vocational education a month during their active service In peace times Civilian instructors I kept advised constantly regarding tho to aid tlie army officers In this work j progress of the chase, are authorized by the amendment, ) Belief in some quartern thut Oar whleh specifies that the training ranza hud asked or soon would ask; shall be in agriculture or the median 'how much farther Into Mexico tho Ic arts. .Senator Chamberlain accept-! 1 'nlted States intended to send its sol pil the amendment when Senator i diers has been based on the belief Smith reduced the time allotted from Ithat Villa's trnlf was getting "cold." ninety-four lo seventy-five hours a jiiinci.. - ;moll,h. I s4.i. a ... V tniiioii j n.'l ate on various proposals for Hie ,.icci Ion of a government plant for !the fixation of ntmoHpherlo nitrogen peace times, under the .proposal, Would go Into the nianul'aclure of fertilizer to be sold by the govern ment: through the secretary of agri culture. Calls It Socialistic. Senator Hardwiik, of Georgia, at- tacked this phas. of the ainendmcnt 'i i I Senator Lodge ulso attacked the 'proleci. hut addressed himself par- I I i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 y to the anietidinent offered by Senator I'liilervvood, of Alabama, which would provide for a war de. I partmciit investigation of the qtics llion of wilier power iiti's and the pro jcess to be used. j Senator LodKc declared Heaving private enterprise that alone by lie the cheap- 'government could gel nil mi I cr I ha n in any other way. lien i VILLA'S NAME STRIKES ! TERROR IN MEXICO ISV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRSJ Salt I,'ike City, April 7.- Joseph C. I! ntley, head of the Mormon colony al Colonla Juarez, Mexico, addressing the Mormon conference today, said the name of Villa sliilti terror to all hearts in Mexico, 'race, creed or color regardless of "K.veiv rcvolu- P'ss money. tie said ine Mormons declined to accept protection from the Carranza forces, as the Carrancls liis were so poorly armed and disci plined that they could not take care of themselves. Dully by farrier or Mail, 600 a Month. Nngie Copte, M PERMISSION TO f USE RAILROADS ; NOT GRANTED TO UNITED STATES us! uaiianzd uinmiu uibcusses Problems Growing Out of Piesence of American Troops in Republic, SIGNIFICANT STATEMENT " BY GENERAL AGUILAR . 1 . . , . 1 Ad i bassacio r-desictiatc A ri-ti ls,1 lull; ni 1 v dondo Sends Latest Re quest of Washington to do Facto Government, ,VT MORNiNa JOURNAL SRSC1AL LEASLO 1NIRS1 QueretHt'o, Me., Aptll 7. Till) Mexican government has not given the American government permission to use Mexican railways, for any pur pose whatever, said tien. nido Agul lar, Mexican minister of foreign rela tions, after a meeting of, the Cnrrnnza cabinet today. I At the eahlnet meeting Oeneral , CnrranxH and his advisers dlsPUHsedi the modifiCtttloiiM suggested by tho I'niled Slater In the recent proposals, for an agreement for' crossing tho frontier between the fnited States 1 and Mexico by the armed forces of the respective government. The lat- est proposals of the Wiuhington ntuto department were received here yes terday, having been sent hy Kllseo Arredondo, Mexican minister-designate to the Vnited States. General Agullar denied vigorously stories published In the American press to the effect that the Oirrnnm government to the effect that tha Carranza government had given per mission to the VnltPd States army forces to use Mexican railway for transportation of foodstuffs and Blip- ernment him not Riven the Arneri government permission to u Mei-. can railwuxs for nuy pnrpofi yliitt,- o srtif.rsTiox cf AMCIUI .l N AHTII Dn.VWAL Washington, April 7. HectirliniT reports that the Carranza government had lucked, formally or otherwise, for th withdrawal of the American forces from Mexico were disposed of tonight liv a statement from HccrHliu-v l.iiiis- '"""'jiiig. lie flatly denied that such a re quest had been madp, formally or by intimation or miggestion. Mr. Lansing explained that when (ho American expedition wbb ordered acrosH thi? border to pursue Villa, i General Carranza had Inquired of tho I stale department regarding tlm pro posed strength of the force and cam paign plans contemplated. Since then the de facto government hna been , iiecent stute department atatenu-nia have given no cine, lo the, outlaw a whereabouts. The last report, several days ago. had him located near Sate vu. Since then department agents have reported Inability to secure any further definite clue. An encouraging feature of the cam paign today was found in reports to both state arid war departments Indl- eating actual co-opernt Ion between j Ihe American and de facto troops. from tho border the statement was to !the effect that thu Americans hail j penetrate, I as far south us Cienguelhis, near Satevo. I A dispatch from American Consul I Letcher, at Chihuahua, through Gen leral Hell, reported an engagement at "Clanegiiilla" on April 4 between Car rana troops under General Gavazos and fifty Villa bandits, In which tho outlaws lost ten killed and two cap tured. Mr. Detcher also confirmed; reports of the fight Anrll 1 between Tenth cavalry troops under Colonel llrown with a Villa hand, at Atrial Cal- M Ionics, in which between thirty nnd forty outlaws were reported killed. The consul's report , united Colonel Brown as saying that for two weeks his command had subsisted largely on beef mid corn, but that a mining com pany had brought In a speclul train of supplies, Including forage, to re plenish th(. American stores. Offi cials believed It was possible the spe cial train of supplies referred to was the one which left Juarez yesterday. Difficulties of communication were. Indicated by the fact that Consul Let cher's dispatches were sent on tho Mexican wires and addressed to Gen eral Bell at hi Paso, Instead of to tho stale department. The state department received of ficial reports tonight that the value of Carta nza currency had risen mate rially during the last few days, over roi per cent in some districts. Keporra from Acapulco and other Interior points said conditions were quiet. Tranquility along both the eastern and western Mexican coasts was reported l to Hie navy department. SI ( II Al lilOKI, .VUO.V GIVI MY CAUKAXZV Washington, April 7. General Car ranza agreed about two weeks ago. to "commercial" use of the Mexico Northwestern railway for shipment of supplies destined so the United States troops in Mexico, and such shipments already are being sent ovur the road by private purlieu. Special Agent ltodgers at Quere taro, now has been Instructed to urgo the de facto government to issue im mediately necessary orders to defiuo specifically to what extent local au thorities on the border may permit