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Albuquerque Morning Journal,' Wednesday, June 21, 1916. leys Fitted We take pleasure in announcing tlic addition of a key filing department to our laziness. We are prepared to fit keys of every descrip tion. Corrugated and paracentric cylinder lock keys filed by machine while you waif. Vc use genuine "Yale" key blanks. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED GIVE US A TRIAL Raabe & Mauger , . m Hum l.'C'l 1IS-H7 noiith i iitsr kiui;i:T. feet he national guard draft provis- I ion of tlii! now army bill was not prti unti'd In coriKi-fiw.. The ncrtlon "f th bill referred to contain the stnte men! that Hip nun shall be culled un der Hit; draft "for the duration of the war," unless sooner discharKed. He laiiKi' of thin plmiNeoloK.v anil ulo be cause, adoption of th resolution would be only a mutter of a few min- IlitfN when iK'i'di-d, loaders In congress determined to hold It up until event show what is to bu expected layout! the border. Aiiihnssilor-Iosigiiile Aricdondo htul HiruiiKod to nee Secretary Lunula today, but withdrew his it'ipiest for tin uPlioliilment after the note h.td been handed to him. He made no ex planation ellllw of the object of hi projected call or his reason for can celliiK It. U I believed however, that bp was mixloiiM to learn the attitude of General Currnuy.u lifter rending bc American note before haviiu; any fur ther formal InterchnnueH with Ameri can officials f.Wiir ilennrlnifnt officials Were no.lhi.rn nan of th reoubllr were then being augmented no as to be ahle. to prevent any disorders thiit would endaiiRer Amerlenn territory, bands of Mexicans on the nlnhl of May 5 made an attack at (ilenn KprliWH, Tex., about iO mileg north of the border, killing American soldiers and civil ians, burnitiB mid Kfirkinv property and carrying off iwo Americana as prisoners. ('nrrna ISIocks .Vlvaiiot'. "Subsequent to Ihis event, the .Mex ican government, us you state, gave i j. ....... i,-...., st...., .,..! nlirekon to lliai I .11 mini- w. ....... r, - notify the fulled Hint en Unit it would infi n.ii i.erni t he fur her passage oi urn. American troops 1.1.-. 1 ... 1l A.I Ulnlnu irnVtll'tl IO f 11 1 Wl tilt lilt. VJlllll-U C"U-n P."'. domestic politics of Mexico. "If a denial Is needed tbat this ov erriment has had ulterior " i"'l'i'P er motives In Its diplomatic represen tations, or has countenanced the ac tivities Of American sympathizers and the American press opposed to the (If facto governmen' I am glad most eni- pltatlciilly to deny It. It Is, howevei, a matter of common knowledge that, the Mexican pr?ss has been more active than the press in the Cniled Stales In endeavoring to infliiine. the people ugufnst each other and to the two countries into linsiin- Vlth the power of censorship - 2 ' ' ' . Your Satisfaction Our Aim That' why you Modem Plant have at and our iurintu jm.-.-ih . ..... . Into Mexico n this of the Mexican press, so rigorously ex act mint, and that orders had been rs'v en to all military eoinmiindcrs ulong the frontier not to consent to same.' Allegation is IM-nleil. Thlu Bni-ernment Is of f OUI'SC. , llllt ercised by the de fnctn goverpmcnt the responsibility for Ibis activity can not, It would seem, be avoided by '.that government, and the issue of the ap n,.,il .f fl,nnrnl Piirrnnza. himself 111 Icy, General l'unston Mint a long code, dl'spiitli to Secretary JIaker In dlcatlngi what portion of the 1011,000 guardHinin ordered under arum be needs immediately to tlffeil his bor der guiird, The jmlntii nt which he wishes tho men to mobilize and the oronortlons of. Infantry, cavalry ond nrlillerv he desired to huVu at place wttro Included. Tfitii-poruMloii lYcpim'tl. Assi:jMents.wlll be made from the first stole unit' to be wuntreJ Into the uhlce, Prelimlniiry arrnnge mctito r ulat'UKseiJ today with rail road officials looking- to their prompt transportation to tho point selected by Vienwtil Kunnton. N'one' nf the guardanien diimmoneil under President Wilson'n call were ready tenight for mnrhlng orderii. Jt may bo w matter of several days be fore th first reglmentji are mustered In tin the men will have to be exam ined physically, mklitloiiHl camp equipment assembled for them, and the train to carry them to the border arranged for. Slimy Vnll Now Hemly. The entire guard of the District of Columbia will be under cnnvnss to morrow l Fort Myer, virtually ready for muster. Heveral state also tire fXprotcJ to complete their mobiliza tion by tomorrow night and decision may then ho reached u to which forces Will bo moved first. There was hot sufficient information available toplKht, however, lo furnish an esti mate as to how much time would be required to get the entire force ready for active service. War flicpariment officials have been highly gratified nt report of crowd id reer'titliiff otatlonn in several states. They nfo are pleased that the gov ernors f virtually nil state having ImporUjU iiutlenal guard units which wero not summoned have sought per-inisHlon-,4o forward their entire con- tlligelil, " N to liiemiM- Allotments, NO liicj-enseii In the allotments nadp aw now contemplated. In this connection, It wits learned that the se lections iunde Were designated to fur nish tho elements of Heveral provis ional brigades and that taken as a whole, the r gulurs and guardsmen re present the units of several field armies Into which they might be quickly ; assembled should war with Mexico como. The note delivered today is viewed here as President Wilson's final word to General Cnrruiua. H mukes.no ov ¬ ertures for further dlsi ussion and leave virtually, no question to be set tled except one whether the de facto government will supples outlawry against 'American,' H tirrulgns Gen eral Carransta by name, for having permitted bandits "to roam at will through territory contiguous to the Tnlted Plate," while he has seen fit to recite "groundless sentiments of hostility'' townld the expedition sent after Villa and Ho Impute to this fcov ciiiinenfiulteriiir motives for the con tinued presence, of American troops on Mcxtran soil." tlv MleiiiT of Hostility. Reentry Lansing points out in the note nmwy evichnccs of t'arrHiv.u's hostile liltlttule eontalned in official n ports iod assert that the steps toward eieurlnr P 'be situation lit Jn....... hut mmiunl tonlarht nt a mes- General sage from the border spying A Car- .so far as known to any oiiur .mikh ranm milltury c.omniunder, posted jenn official. Genval (ibregon did, near the line, hud sent his sou Into the ; however, Inquire as to whether Anier I'nlted Htates for safely while he him- jlcan troops had entered Mexico In self prepared to lead his forces against pursuit of the Glenn Springs raiders .i. i.i.oriPin, hpiiiv IT war Is to come, and General Funston stated that no , iThey also )iot,1 border advices that (orders to cross Issued to American promised by General J f,....!,,,, ln G,e trno., to cross the frontier on account AfHfirjn hUla Id antlclputiun f h;v .4Mi hiikoil fur H-rvU'( In a position to depute the statement ;tho press of March 12 calling upon the . ' I 1. tvrntioriiil fitF that these Instructions had been giv- niejvic.ii p.-u,..c ,o - en to General Obregon, but It can de-jnny emergency which might arise, and clsivelv assert that General Obregon lntimating that war with the I niled . .,:!.. t Rtatea Venn Imminent, evidences the al- never L!ave nnv k urn rajuiu'.niwn v i Scott ir General Kunston or, iiume oi mc. tie it" Sw,,,... rownras inese puiiiiuaijous. lunillons Slilpmcnts suspicioiis MRS. MAY'S LETTER lo WOMEN More Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound RelicvesSuffcring. ChioofTO, III.-"I BUfTered from bad cuseof fcmuleill. Lydia E.I'inkham's Yc Re table- lorn northern Mexico (ibregon at his conference with Gen era) Hcott actually have constituted a display of military force directed tit the American expedition and design ed to Impede lis operations, He af firm too, that Carranaa has given his support to the press campaign of each iantl-Ainerlcari agitation In Mexico and cite a published statement by the first chief calling upon the Mexican people to be ready for any emergency and intimating that war with the finted Wales was Impending. fmbargo to te Strlil. The purpose of the fnlted Htntes lo withhold all arm and ammunition shipments from Mexico "a long ns this menace continue," I announced. It wan learned today that plan have been laid liy Hie nuvy and treasury department to Hid In stopping such shipment by water, . while the mili tary !iMt'ol of the iKrdcr will iVmt1 that route. An ither preparatory slep by the navy was th decision of Hecretary Tlonlels to ask the senate to add au thorization for approximately 10,0(10 additional enlisted men to the pend ing naval bill, Which as It passed the house, provide for nn Increase of 11, 000 over the present alrciiKth. I Navy Needs Men. Mr. Daniel explained that the ne eeshity of putting muuy small ships iisuuliy hebi In reserve, into commls plon for (tervlce in southern waters, made II Imperative that the navy be recruited promptly. It is possible the m.iliiiiMii Ion for llin Increase will be sought In u separate measure. io nvuiu dilavi Hhoiild'wiir Come, the per- sonnel of the fleet must be Immedlater ly Increased, the aviation corps and other ftuhllliiry4 ' service tnUt " ' strengthened and an ample reserve of trained -men must be prepared, There, wn much, speculation on all Hides tonight as to the probable course of Hie president should t'urran.a r. tier an attack on General Pershing s ,..n I., fin-,, of tin. American govern- menl's warning. It was generally be. lleved that the hint .contained In Sec retary Lansing's note that military oc cupation, of northern Mexico had been considered tts tut alternate in ume .. 1.,,,, it,,, ulloiilliiil hevolld the bor der appeared critical might ihiiicate the plan of action should war now t be frtrovd upon the nation. ' . j Plan of t'umpaigti. ! Ah a preliminary step to such nn occupation umJ pending the organi sation of an urmy of the size su. U an iiiulertalvlng wou'd require, It was re garded,' uh possible that a general iwl vance from the bonier to a line par alleling the head of General I'eisn Ing's column at Namlqulpa might, be undertaken. With American forces disposed along such a line, holding Important towns and strategic points f,, the Pacific to the gulf const. there could be no fear of serious hos tilities nt Hie border. Any, advance, of the Mexican loice wnrtlj he , subject to attack rrom ine tw,, should II move tiortnwuiu o. Ibis advanced line . M. lfnr for Pershing. There Is no fear here for the safetv of General Pershing and his men. The eaet dli-posltlon of the Iroops, even the exact number 4iovv beyond the 1,,,1'der constitute military secrets. in.n. 'is reason to believe, however, Ut,t' wi-ivr.iVii.10.Miii and 12.000 regu- 1'"""' ' .... l,.u u re ousted at the advance Xb.n.r M. llllH of ,...i'i.. ...,,,uiinii Blsti nre said lo , i...... .,.aiilye,l t vnrioiim I'Or- OMVe in-. -i. ... . in war the Mexlcini urmy, ta.sii's NctTii Ji xni;i) Wiishlnuton. June 20. --The Amer. lean note flatly rejecting General I'arranr.a.' demand for the withdraw al of fulled Rates troops from Mex ico and rebuking the Curranza gov ernment, for Hie discourteous tone and temper of Its last communication, was handed today to KHseo Arredondo, the Mexican ambassador design do. ) Long continued outrages against j American aiid their property, botn i i., Mevl,.,. nrnl on American soil, are! reviewed In the note lltl 1 warning given that the troop will be kept In Jfrxio putM much a'tlnie a .the do fattd g'ofirrterlt peiro-tns the duty, which the Vnittd .U'lles las not Sought, of pursuing tho bandit? who Might in be arrested i)d punished by the Mexican government. It conclude with the statement Unit If Hie ile facto government con of the raid, hut' this statement was made before any such order had been Issued and not afterwards, u, the er roneous account of the interview giv en in vour note would appear to ln- 1.VMB.SH.lMK.KKJOX.lTK'dlr-.at'. Moreover, no statement was . I made, bv the American generals that 1 . . . i ,i no moro American poops wouiw Icros into your territory.' "On th contrary, it was pointed u General Ubregon and Mr. Juan Ama dor, who wa present nt the confer ence find pointed out witli emphasis, that the bandit, de In. Posu and Pedro .Vino, who had been Instrumental In causing the Invasion of Texas above I nrnwnville. were even then reported to be arranging Jn the neighborhood of Victoria for another raid across the horder and it was made clear to Gen- jeral obregon that, if the Mexican gov- 'ei iiment fUd riot. take immediate istfpp 'to prevent another Invasion of the j United State by these marauder, who were frequpfitly en hi the com pany of General Nnfarefte, the con- ltitutlonallt commander. Mexico iwould fmd in Taniuulipas another i I.!.... niin l..,U,.. 1,1 Unit tinue to Ignore tbis obllg.t o chihuahna. .arries out its threat to defend its Uior Kxpedllion. tc-rrilory by an ai.peal to arms against ..A ,,. ,r (.rn(1.d int0 ,eX. tl, Aii.eri.an troops, the gravest con- Jtf unon 11trn,,ltu,n to sequences will follow. military authorities, under While the governmen J ;' '; i h, rP1Ill,lnt,. agreement of March ly regret such a result,' the note, ' , accordance ,ays, "1. cannot recede from its -; -, " ;'',, ' " ,0lL , ,,,,, over forty l tied detenu, nation to maintain us, ,..,, .,Dree. of Hut tenltorv of the United Mates ' " - - and in removing Hie peril which These trcops peret rated !,S miles into ,V,nerlcurfs ' along the International i Mexican' territory i purH.,1 of the boundary have .borne m, long with idem. Springs nuiramlers w '" patienc,ran.l forbearance."' U-ounterln a delachmen of il an "I am roliiutanl to he forced to the;"ouis or " conclusion which might be drawn ! Further discussion of tins raid, how frdni the1 circtnnstances," Kecrelary :evcr, Is not necessary, because t ie Lansing declared, "that the de facto 1 American forced W to imisuit of tho govV'iiirit'eht 'ill spite -of the crimes. bandits re-crossed UUo Texas ou the committed, and the sinister designs 1 mortiing or May iz, me o.ne oi u u. of Villi! and Ins "ollowers, 'lid not vow note under conslderatlou u. further or Intiuid or desire that these outlaw proof of the singleness of purpose of should bo oiiptiued. destroyed or dls- this government In endeavoring, to pcrsed by Aii""'i'an troopi or at thu 'quell disorder and slainu out biwless n quest of this governiniiil, by Mcxi-jnoss along the iprdcr. Imring the can troops." ' ; continuance of 'the !HI vPao cohfer- -ei ,.f fh.. Pnlliil Htale,on.i Guiienil tleott. villi flSSCl'U did goveriimciit towards Mexico, que-j not take 'into consideration the,, plan Honed In tho last Mexican nolo, are ' proposed,' by the Mexteaft goveriiiiicnt iiiuiouneed in the followiig language: for the protection of the fronjler by "if a denial is needed that this the reciprocal dlstrlhutlrfn of troops government has hud ulterior and iin- along the boundary. This proposition proper motive in its diplomatic rep-Wn made by General Obregon a num resciitatlons, or has countenanced the i,r 0f tinies, but each time condition aclivltle of American symialhiicer! ",,,( upon the immediate withdrawal of mid tin! American pre opposed to American troops and the Mexican con the do facto government, J am glad ,frcpH were Invariably Informed that most eninliaticallv lo deny it. It is, imn,,ii,,ip withdrawal could not however, a matter of common know! It should not be a matter of sur prise that after such manifestations of hostile feeling, Hie fnlted States was doubtful of the purpose for which tho large amount of ammunition to be used which the de facto government appeared eager to Import from this count rv. Moreover, the policy of the de facto government in refusing to co-ooerate and in failing to act in reopiidentlv in destroying the Villa bandits and in otherwise supresshiR outlawry lu the vicinity of the border so as to remove the danger of war material, while passing southward through this zone, falling into, the hands of the. enemle of (aw and or der, is, in Hie opinion of this govern ment, a sufficient ground, even If there were no other, for the refusal m iilloix- such materials to cross the boundary into the bandit-Infested re gion. To have permitted these Ship ments without careful scrutiny, would, in the circumstances, have been to manifest a sense of security which would have been unjustified. .Menace Must, Ho Kcinovctl.; if yk TRY I'S 1 () North first SI -&fl M ft m& i1 7 -v iVrr I i your disposal our Splendid Slock. LUMBER, PAINT, ROOFING SHINGLES, CEMENT, WALL BOARD Prices and Quality Right COAL, MOUNTAIN WOOD AND KINDLING AND SKK Gibson-Faw Lumber Co. Phono Three-Tlirec-TliiTe Uoes not openly course, that the leo or had vested interests vviunn us United States In sending its troops into boundaries. Mexico is to estend Its sovereignly; I'licalled tor Insinuations. over .Mexican territory and not mre-. ' "i ,ir. face of constantly renewed ly for the purpose of pursuing in a- j evidences of tbd patience and re rauders and preventing future raids Mtraint of this government in eircum across tbe border. The de facto 8ov-tancea which only a government im eriiment charges by implication which I mu.d .with unselfishness ami a sin o,i,iiu of hut one interpretation, thatr(,rf. desire to rVspect to the full the Monaco Must, llo .iimwi. , -overiiment ha as its objec t te.r- sovereign rights and national dignity uiiu.'ir.:"mi...i-lu .,.!,ltwe.nent. even at th ,on.,i nirttriiiiilizeior-nl:. even at the hu Mexican ricoide would hav en- expense of a war of aggression agamst I jured, doubts and suspicion ag to the a neighbor weakened by year of civil j nliU-.-5t of -the government of the strife. The government of the United invited States 'are exoiessed in year States if it had had design upon Che j romnnmicaiion of .Inly li, for which t.-iritorv of Mexico, would have had-, ,,., imllgine no purpose but to Im- ! no difficulty in finding during tills i,,Kn the good faith of this govern ! period of revolution and disorders, I ,nt, for I find It hard to believe i ninny plausible arguments for Inter j ln;lt sl,,.n imputations are not univer- i .1 .. ... ... ...!.... lf. l-lm.illir ' .... - .. lw. n il hrtiil llw. least of the outlaws, constitutes a menace ., , f Mexico ' l,' .notification in fact. to the safety of the American troops, 'J, lh(ij. own (,fortS, re-f "... h fac.o government doubt and to the peace 01' the noraer. ' " d 0,la,,,iKh , orderly long as this menace continues and . Jou. '' has there is all evidence of an "t' I f ed ited wl h mitienee the consum- on the part or me (ie tacio gyve,,,-;-- - - , iiidtiuil 'i i " r i i unconcealed hostility of the subordl nnte military commanders of the de facto government toward the Ameri can troops engaged in pursuing the Villa bands and the effort of th? de y(y government in compel un- withdrawal from Mexican territory by threats and show of military force Instead of by aiding In the capture edge that the Mexican piess has been more active than the press In the United States in endeavoring to In flame the two peoples ngalnst each other and to force the, two countries (into hostilities." War or "peace rests with Genera! Uarrniwi. The position of tho United States Is pointedly set forth In Its ro lH' .if the .'apparent! InallJIty of faiiiinza to prevent border mlds and to keep the obligation hu owe the world by' the preservation of orders in bis dominions. ' v . Secretary I-nnsing' hud a private conference with President Wilson be Ifore loda.v'n cabinet mecling, A r 1 1 1 a , ' i, hlnei loeetlnir the ooinlon i-aniP , .. ,. . :'... i .4... . i . ' ' nrevu lei mar inc coeocct iv,-n- i-v. i- ,f ,onH!IUWCHnol!. , ,rM,loi, of war. The one hope Was that General i nr- rattn would b imlucssed by Hie mill i,.r iieints, ready to dash foiwaiu reintntlon of Hie United States flank attacks on any large ""'"' !,.,t force which inlKbt attempt io assau,. ,.,,..,.,,1 PiishliiK's entrenched enmps or cut him off from his border base I f.ni.,.JI(sll,H i(f t,.ini are peaceful, and fleers and by - . . ..ii ...... ,ii 11 11 1 n Willi ruw - u..rv niirinrl is Slll.l tO 111' 1'i'ftdy withdrawal could not take pluce and that, therefore, It was Im possible to discuss the project on that basis. I lev lew Of fliarse. j "I have noted the fact that your 'communication. Is not 'limited to a 'discussion Of the, deplorable conditions existing along the border' and their import honrlnr-ni'oit the peaceful re lations of our governments, hut then fin effort is made to connect It with other circumstances in order to sup port, If possible, a mistaken interpre tation of the 'attitude of the govern, 'melit of the United State toward i Mexico." You Hate 'in effect tliHt. the I American government has iduced i every nlmlncle in the way of attain ing the riAefflcation of Mexico and that 'this Is shown by the volume of dip 'lomatic representations in behalf of ! American Interest which"' constantly Impede effort to le-organl..- the iioli- lid sorihl cotiuiiions ment or its military commanders to use force against the American troops instead of 'co-operating with them, the government of the United .states, win not permit munitions of war or, ma chinery for their manufacture to be exported from this country to Mex ico, f No Shelter for Kchcls, "As to the shelter and supply of rebels and conspirators on American; territory, I can state that vigorous efforts have been and are being Uiade by. the agents of the United States to apprehend and bring to Justice all persons found to be conspiring loi vi olate the laws of the United Stutes by organizing to oppose with armlj the de facto government of Mexlro. Po litical refugees have undoubtedly sought asylum In the United States, (but this government lias vigilantly kept them under surveillance and hna not h.-sltated to apprehend them Upon proof of their criminal intention a to the arrest of General Huerta atid others fully attest. "Having corrected the erroneous statements of fact to which I have adverted, the real situation stands forth in its true lisht. It is ftdhut- rOHsed History uf Itecognitiou. When the suoerioiitv of the revo lutionary faction led by General Car- ranza became undoubted, the United i Statet', after conferring with iX others' of the American republic, roc-, ognlej unconditionally the present del facto government. It hoped and ex-1 pectcd that the government would', speullly restore order aim prov mc mq Mexican people and others who had' given their energy and substance to the development, of the great resource ; of the repBbllc, opportunity to' buihf in peace and security their shuttered: fortunes'. j .Months of Vain Wnitinn. "This uovernmcnt has waited! month after month for the consutn-l niation of Its hope and expectation, j In .spili' of increasing discourage ' ment, in spite of. repeated provoca tions to exercise force In the restoru , Hon of order in the northern regions 'of .Mexico, where American interests 'have, Buffered most seriously! from 'lawlessness, the government of the United States has refrained from ag ' gresslve action and sought, by appeals 1 ..mil liuiili'l',! i thoutrh explicit de mand to impress upon the de faetoj of 'Justine 'that 'f the United States had turned ! covetous eyes on Mexican territory it (could have found many pretexts in the I past for the gratification of it de j aire".' fan that government doubt What months ago. when the war be ' ,,...,..,, iv, revolutionary factions was in progress, a much better opportunity than the present was afforded for American intervention if such has been the. purpose of the United States, as the de facto government now insinu ates? ..n-i,,.t ,,,iii-,. could this govern ment have had in refraining from tak-iiv.- advantage of such opportunities ether than unselfish friendship for the Mexican republic? I have, of course, given consideration to y"'' argument that the responsibility for the present situation rests largely upon this government. "In the fust place vou state thut even the Ameri can forces atone the border whose attention is undivided by other mili tary operation,, "finds themsc . Physically tmable to protect cffeitu Iv the frontier on tho American sale Ohviousiy. if there is no reaching bands roving on .McMa territory and making sudden dashes at night into American territory, it impossible to prevent such invuiuotu, ...... i ,i ,,.. eil llV nivtoax he lronuer is i"i government the seriousness of the sit I cordon of troops. No govei nineiit i ... .,i . ii 1 1 1 1 ii I ;i n a ion- sL. ;:"f-f, i . t i . .. a... im lirtrv to cover PUIPH toss, u.e highway through which tho formhV l.e Mono ra garrisons mlttbt ,0 strike at Pershing's rear d't' -hment. Work of l W tt'itW it was l.olBtcl out that establish ment Of U -general line " ncros Mex ico south Of rolldl Pas- would .lose that route to hostile forces. An other aruooieol mUiinccd in upHrt t Hie t'hin of action wax that the various railroads .ould be quickly ..i,.,tr...l ami made use of t' sup.l.V - ..... .....it.,.. Ii ltniotible to 111. I lienor. niimi.i, .. i jHiund wiis recom mended and I took about six bottle. It fixed me up all right. The common symptoms of such a condition - PIUll ! ..i. i ci i... i niii,. seem when walkinir. irri- ' M..vi. an soil. s...nc officials tatkin.liearinjrdown U.at. vvitli the prompt repulse pains and backache, f iii ..tt.i.K on von... - L...cao,l.Hi4- ,ii,,l ih.. inainti iiHliee of a right .n"1'". .. "-"- V ., :.- s,in, (hat enter ilordemi aig-esnon . . .i. i . inn i iitinii i . I loos mucu iH-ncr .. - ,,,., ,,. coiun ni' ..... " " "" i.,.. ni 1I1.1 l.it'Se of a tew lllh HU" ,, bands of outlaw vouiu nice iseniiai. n thought organized resistance co.uu lie .juickly broken up as the ndvancvd ...i . ' r.liifiirccd with vol unteers ,..i. . ..r... .Ticni. ecomimic run Ri" ii o i in i ii ri i-ui'n v , - . i .i ll , Mum Tliere or llie counuy i.y uii: nrnu ..... ... .1 M O I 1. HU , 11 11'' I HMIIU,.,., - has "horn ho Indication.' however.' thutt one time to Villa by Ameilcan of- iicer una oy me oeptinon'm y o.,.,. , ....... I.. 1... 111,1 Mltlllfv,l 111 IV 1111. 1111, 1 I'll I ll'l 1 IJ 1 11" ...... ev ery move n . w m ! ... . , Hie heltef thnt hostilities niliy begin .Piithohc clergy to that Of Mexico, oy at nnv moment. ' !tho conMaht activity of the Americ.m . .. 1 - - f r- ' press in favor of Intervention, and the . iimiiitm , HnlM-PHla or American business men; jbtlnfcl AnT UANoliMU O U)y lhk Bh,,ltt.r aml supply of rebels ! I ATFT NOTE TO 'end conspirators n Amerlcrfn terrl I i " ' - , if.ry: bV the Retention of shipments of ! ' ! GENERAL CARRANZA arms and munitions purchased by the j 1 1 .Mexican government, and by ihe de- I icontinneil rnim rt OmJ Itctition of macliinery imended for withdrawn. It is to be noted, 1hat !' America Ha N-oK'rtMl. i while the American government whs In reply to this sweeping cha-ge, I .. no..,- ... -ilf., I. iu ii,...e,.,. ii Gen- can truthful v affirm war me .voieri , V. IO III H I 11 "., ... .. . . .... i UgVef-hernot wining io rinuj i." """""" v," !'' . ,. ... .1.. .... .,u f I. mi. . ff,,,n.ni,i.nt tlnu irlven CVCl'V POS- f h.wtl ltics;' ' . . . , , ..., , il.. faclo oral mn r,n5Uint nW'HV. ,.u,thnri fdiilhefore. nd I recommend . ... the f-ompoutia every umen "''- Wlille roving trouble,aitdid for me all it ia claimed xja!1,( I V.... .mlcEt,! 11 llllVl. , to 130. ou iinvt; uij ki ni.c-n...., r- lisb this IctU-r." Mrs. J. May, 3MS S. Lincoln St., Chicago, 111. If you have nv of thenyniptom men tioned in Mrs. May' letter, remember what Lydia E. Pinkham, VeReUbl Compound did for her, and try it your self. It is a good old-fashioned medi cine, made fotn roots and herbs, and it has helped countless numbers of women. If vou need specluladvle.wK to Lydia. 1 Plnkham Medicine Co, (coniidcntialn Lynn, Mas. Your letter Will be opened, read and answered by a wouiub, aud held In Strict confidence. ' ..... .. , i i..,..,.,,t.-. ntiiniiir ;u b rne,iMrjoremcnt tn ine ue l..' otln-r thiugv, It linpt fed improper . on-igovernmeni tn ine paciucai."".i Oitlons upon the McKicau government, jnhabilltation of Mexico. frrm the "Xotwillistaiullag the a'suianccs liijoiomciit of Its recognition. It has bad the memorandum, it is Will known .the undivided support of this govorn- ,i that the forces of the de facto govern- invent; An embargo Was pia . u .'... I'OUi . . .. . I..., 1 .,.,.,, ,lli,.n onliiu illtii fill. . . ,,...! I...... ii,,, i-'till.,! nil , I K i ii ii ii. ilium tiim . 1 1 . in ,i in ii..i. w."...-, - vveeU- 'l""'""'1 "r 1llf' n "ninlnK bam''' nn.t ! huah ua, Sonora and Lower Califor nia! mi ' proper distribution or ioiccr nia, in timer to tin-irui i... .. to prevent the invasion Of American 'rto th hands of armed opponents of territory has been as will be shown by the defaeto government. I't rmission lb., further facts hertinaller set forth. Ihus been grantca from time to time I am reluctant to be lorcetl to the con- jn requested, for Jlexican troop and .. . , ...i.. I. l, ......- fn.ni '.-iiliiiiti.i'it 1. r:(VArf lilt 'I ll'Ct f 1 i and moved slowlv -outiiwaiu. , ,h.,, f..(o i ritorv from t.ne Point to another in o Warlike Talk. ' rtvrrliwnl ,,,. f . crimes Mexico. i order tbat the operations Army officers J, ',, d the lnlter desiic.. of of Mexico tr....,. A H d would not H.seu- thee a. , n;v his f)llow,.r! m not and (his for, eS miht be facilitated. In They admitted privatelv then . ' ',',,. .. ,wilv ,hu. these view of th-e friendly acta. J am "- that war w,m imminent mm e t...-, - .w,,-ved nris.,1 that the de facto governnvnt ftl'r disperse.! bv American troops or. (has construct diplomatic reprcsenta- . . ' . , . i i. ..(.,.. I., r..,..irit i.. the iiniost trent- .. I II.. r... I II.-VI III 1 II IM K ill 11 III III. .'. T I r. ,., -,k,, iim.rimn interests, as While the conferences nt fl I'a-o were in i.rogresn arid lifter the Ameri can conference had been assured on May 2 thut the Mexican forces in the terl ihnt American troons have the international boundary in hot nur. i v .... - ........could De expecieu io , - . ... i .... i, ..iiiiiw., it io im oi iv in 1..... fmiiiiini.i suit of the Columbus raiders and with-, - '"o ,'' , .,;, ' .,, ,,,, ,,,., of this sirengxn a" 'i-;" ' f(jr out notice to or the consent ot your i ,.,., government, but the several proteBta-1 l,'w',,i" ' , , v i "rTTnie sceil".' '-' tions on toe ihiii m mm f,u. hv the oresldciU. by this department ani by other American authorities, that the object of the expedition txvas ! to caoliire. destroy or to completely j disperse the Villa bands of outlaws or to turn this duty over to Mexi can authorities when assured that t would be effectively fulfilled, have been carried out in perfect good faith by the foiled mate. .Kf fort mocked. "Its efforts, however, have been Obstructed at every point: First;, bv Insistence on a palpably useless meat which .voii admit was eitli lo apply t the present expedition or was to contain Impra. 'liable re strictions on Its organization aiuf op eraUou. ti litl then by actual opposi tion, encouraged and fostered by the de. facto government, to the further advance of tho expedition into ' Villa territory. which was followed by' the sudden suspension of all' negotiation for an arrangement for the pursuit of Villi- and his followers mid the 'pro tection of the frontier: and finally, by a demand for the immediate with drawal of the American troop. Mean time, conditions of anarchy Vn the bor der states 'of '-.Mexico ' were ' continu ally growing worse. Incursions into American territory were plotted-and neriietrted: The Glenn Springs raid was successfully executed, while ho effective efforts were being made by General Carranza to Improve the con ditions and to protect American ter ritory from constant threat of in vasion. In view of this increasing menace, of Ihe inactivity of the Car- rnnza forces, of the lack ot eo-opera-tlon in the apprehension of the Villa bands and of the known encourage ment and aid given to bandit leaders, it is unreasonable to expect the f nited States to withdraw its fones from Mexican territory or to prevent their entry again when their presence i( tuitliiued t.ti raio' - i . Many One Their Meanly .'"'''- "' 7 .Vnlenkii Siiralt, l nietl Amrrlf "'';llk 'vV ireiitet Kflf-Mutle llMiitJ- I V f THVINtt-V'iii are Just " I 1 VNJ I ,..! t . ' I.,, with ih.' imlr t..nlf '""""" I I I ,:itl. Hi re u my ' n I'l """. VTta A - L. a B-ii.terfii en-i "I'"" '' ''"" I Hair, unit rcKults can Iw inifKl "'" 1 ii.- t ti i--ii t 1.1 it err . . .i... , i T i if K nc-i-t'ssiiy . urtrts fr"i, ii"t tift.'U si'eii, ab'M Kf. i '!!' 'f tin- i llic tli" f-.icf anil i';ivy fupf-'l"t'u- "'hiwn ' n hioh '.-ks. ''hin u Hit 1 - V. -ii iii t r-f with il' Mi re i my f .Italr. iniii nsultn can bo qui niM-.iiituiK (,t' ih'W hn!rs tidftiMl luKirf hiuI fim'i'in of nlrnhul ati'i hrtU i -if h-tir, ami iiiut uf wM" ; lit Ii'l'MlltUltlOU H uny vost, hot w.tf to r- f nil n from simkhu? any rtmrUH that jhiKht Hrv fnnhr innttn.t the minilK if tin M-xt-an rftlc. For the Kinuo r'rt)itn the ' npoHl rtcoUition to put into imimiVmto cf- Irivit aswtntamv to oiiMnnt of the 1t facto uovertwitont hy jiytnrhiwr in a foreian rouiUry. and the Activity ot a fort-ijrn press hs interference h 8h'ntttfV atij arnix, sliouhi uh j vM'.ry W'trny i. But ninny vo:nrli n-Toov t hi snfT tl"wn because th?y ti m tilt- muriy superfluous hnir ro m! ortit!l. tiu''ti th.y must marlis, irrlioMon. hnve ual tlto 1 ':is--'r. and ihur is why I own. impty lip on ny hnirn you If.'W mni-Hi;y it vl.njx t .1m u,.t friir tu TlHVM" if! iipft:' ant nanii! .vjei'U-i)( j ply -s. nif imlfo F-'lufi n i want Tt-mfVi'tl. nml- set c I !. yu may- use o full y.ui wish) and t'1 this beta -fiuiiinl, which your jfiu. T OxiiMi'le-r th; niiti UiiHe formulas. pint ittUl f ii- f b.iy iu 1.1111 lift tti" pint U,v :n if nppt' t rf ittHt.U s t'(n th hftii s ant fvon on (.f th ln.tiy. Jt Jihv.'i3 wi.rU pHifft Im nhtaiiiett t tin f cry w onmn hniilt 1 niuit'i I" ut ftu nuttn. OM'.St r lnnvt-s lruK oV irst ".vii-y it hdor :irU a murk nnd atiiutt'jn can MIPS H. Ii. B-M.v C'lTlex";" " f,r. will p!'..'UU( i an iiiui"". ....... ma;..n mi nnv Atn. -Ttie m'"-' fn. ef it Im.l f.Miiiplexhn w sriiiiiv unit uneven celur i-f tnf s" -.1 ..... ,., ,., si.,,iiil fveckil . 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T.A, y ,lale ,..lu Wt,r not of prt.tectins Ainerican lives and t-!f t- thp lH.t.t-iiiinul.l huvf nt-pr-homessafeguards which I'tent-rni """"' f'"' '"' ,lliU n ftft the hma- ii- i,, i iiiiiKiiiK lie at lluu's, Inc., f.ruK MISS I.nTTII." it . -Von. liimP1 ,,ni,l(lv- ipmreeil hy IliKir i n " in. ur t'' lia.ip-m:irul afl"f mntls "r twelve iuinri' "f SUKitr. "Hi cue Mini it pint "f vvater. This furniulu At ih line; t..r. hy the iuiinm parkaue. n.is'1" elllirr Set Ih'1 inliire. ,f " .nil.'iK in til t'HiTitnza. though International ohli Katetl to supply, is manifestly un.ih'e or unwilling to glw. ( 'oiicliisions 4 liitlh'iiut'tl, "111 view of the actual state of af fairs as I have outlined it, ahout. 1 am now in a position to consider the ooneliiKiotis which you have drawn in your note under acknowledgment from the erroneous statements of fact Which you have set forth. ,"Your government intimates, if It ilUiiml. i.r ally "ther lie hi-auty f,.niiuUi, 't'lef. 1!. T, that uliani)....' I .isstiM' yu. --i;i il In half ce! eneilirh ;a '' itrin V.-lt-ip i n.y f"'""' i rt.il.l' Pl . a ami (i;intn ut i i-- flji ta '." '". " " fr nt Mh8.1 AX Vtll'l.l.rc-N',,. ya iliiln't Kllrs niy ace rely rh, !...!. 'rheri-M a HHrn-t ri-n-s-.n. niul mc v. rink!,' f.a-ninltt Is r ffn,i!.it.li. I' tl"l f.'l'm'lla l'liemlly every ilay. ami M "lllff i"..-r.ill,. ullnkla rrpitm. Ait.l Hi" tal.hsi ntuls i.f iciy.vrino ami iw.i 'ainyrn uf fih'! l.i a half lilnt t.f lint water. Tliis ii so ei "ii'.inlral that It tan lw usnt ner'.iily, ami will lianten ihe rtnilt. H remm-es wrinkle. er,.w' reel, and linen uf ine in a remu.liahl way. The tplul can be uhtaii.ed at any drug iore. ili,-...-!! Khanif." n,,.,li.rali nric. exreeila ev en lhf tiet liele f"r the parpus it'll! at the .li-i'K ."'"'''."far her ar- ever snap. "I" 1,1,1 1 ever ile.t. MISS It. T. 1I.-N". P' ''""; eielea."' anv meehanieul e.iiili i. 11 . f . ', 'eveh,,, the .u.t. The f-,M111.t formula ha- ,.-..l.e'e,l ni.lei.i.i , ,! tn mnny ."! the.nth V" rf ":'.,..(,. M1 ilevehmiTielil '. iliffitiill 1" ,,,,-es at toBcther a half rup i.f 8""'"' ' .;,,, ! faet.me ami half I'"" " ' ,ur!v l.insi.lve ih .rnuKlily an1 taK' ;. . aaf leaspy nfuls three or lour t.""