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A PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1916. FIFTY-THIRD YEAR tit D NOT AVAILABLE Bluejackets 'Clash v Wzffi Carranzzstas S. AND MEXICO MOBILIZING ALL TROOPS ON BORDER, READY FOR EVENTUALITIES , (J'.y Associated Press) WASHINGTON, June 19. Wilson and his advisors expect hostilities after the note reaches Carranza refusing to recall United States troops. . The note will be forwarded tomorrow to Mexican Ambassador Arrendondo. A hundred thousand guardsmen are mobilizing. Mexican feeling is inflamed and Carranza is apparently sanctioning it. Worry is felt for the 5,000 Americans in Mexico. The navy guard colony near Tampico plans to rush an expedition to Mexico City. In refusing to withdray- the troops the United States reaffirms the friendly intention of the United States toward the de facto government of Mexico and sharply rebukes General Carranza for unwarranted charges and insinuations of bad faith contained in his communication. President Wilson's firm resolve to keep the armed forces of the United States in Mexico until such time as the Mexican government polices the border region so thoroughly that bandit raids into Ameri can territory are improbable is understood to be clearly stated in the note. KnsnnofiiirM CARRANZA INTENDS TO FORCE THE ISSUE . MEXICO CITY, June 19! Carranza tonight reiterated his declaration that any movements of American tropps, except northward, would be considered hos tile1 and his-commandenrhad been ordered to repel them, if made. The streets and public squares were thronged tonight with patriotic paraders who marched-to-thc public offices headed by hands and wearing emblems evidencing their willingness to defend their country in case of war.. Ten thousand were addressed by Carranza and Obregon. Carranza said he was not seeking war but would not avoid it at the cost of dignity. MEXICANS OPEN FIRE ON SAILORS AT MAZATLAN AND FIGHT FOLLOWS ALL AMERICANS ARE AD VISED TO LEAVE. WARSHIP By Associated Press. SAX DIEGO, June 19. An ulti niatuni amounting to a declaration of war was served on Commander Cav anaugh of the gunboat Annapolis by Florcs, Carranza governor of the State of Sinoloa, according to a radio cram from Mazatlan. Florcs' refusal PACHC TO I S LEAVE PORTS. 1,500 Mexicans Marching To Attack Texas Border Town SAN ANTONIO. Jne V.). Mexican troops are reported marching to Del Rio. on the border, 100 miles from Eagle Pass, to attack Americans. The force numbers l.."00. . FOR MEXICO INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE BURNED LAREDO. June 1!). The international bridge of the (Treat Northern. '!0 miles cast of here, was burned todav. , AMERICANS ARE LEAVING MEXICO DOUGLAS. June 19. A special train will leave from Cananea tonight with 110 Americans j and foreigners aboard. The American employes from Cananea will come to Xaco tonight or in the morning. austrians are ! nmurfci imtd UK Vr i IV Mill I 1.11 I 1 1 I W ! MnilNTAINQ muu i n no Every Armory Now Center Of Activity CALIFORNIA, IDAHO, ORE GON, WASHINGTON AND MONTANA WILL SEND 9,000 MEN TO BORDER WITHIN THREE DAYS. BUSINESS HOUSES ORDERED CLOSED LAREDO. June 1!). All business houses at Xeuvo Laredo, , Hy Associated Press, 1 LONDON. June 19. Having cap-1 i turcd Czcmowitz. the capital of Ruko . ... . . ii l,nr.W liorn nro c nI , Austrians into me arpatnians. xuon I the Stoknod river the Slavs were part wina. the Russians arc driving the i ths;ast;caly. Practically all organ to' permit Americans to leave Mazat-! By Associated Press. Ian resulted in a clash Sunday be- SAX DIEGO, June 19 The cruiser) tween bluejackets and Mexicans, ! San Diego will leave at midnight forj characterized as Carranza soldiers. , Guaymas or Mazatlan. The cruiscrj 11 Americans were advised to leave Chattanooga lctf tonight for Acapul- l : -i T i. i . t. : t ci :., 1 When a boat from the Aifnapolis Cruz. The cruisers Colorado and!Thcre ,s ,ntC,,SC CNCltcmcilt approached the wharf at Mazatlan ; Pittsburg will sail tomorrow to join j . AU iiiE niwnrl Crf Tile Am. I A.ImImI f A V:..c1...r cMne T'l.. crieans returned the fire and six Mcx- rrmUrrs MnrvLmH arid Sontli Dakota ,TITTT, , , . .... , ... . f,t t,,J mcnts north of crdun are reported., - i -it' i i v ' -V. -. Y Y . . JiKUVi5VlLLli. imie iy. inc tenseness oi me uoruer ruse aim icii, vaiuuS im mv. A.,str;an attacks southeast of Trent icars were killed or wounded. Ii.n-.will sail from Rrcmcrton tomorrow. ... ,-,, T, . , . .... , , r -u,smJ" , , . T. ,. , . sign Kcssing and Paymaster Mowat making a fleet of 17 vessels in Mcxi-' "cw. Consul Johnson was recalled Irom Matamoros. I he Mexicans have built a barricade of were repulsed. Eight Italian ships wcr' laken prisoners by tne -Mexicans can waters. Motorcycles were order-. stop 1 rails south of Hie bndire. I wo Mexicans wounded in a htrlit Sunday WMIi American :oiuicr. w""-" nut j-ivrt3cu mat. n'u lor niiiriucs louay. The Mexican report says the men landed at Mazatlan were marines, but as the gunboat Annapolis, the only I lL ' 1 I L I I I I V MEXICAN TROOP SCONCENTRATING ship known to be there, has no ma I A III E ij I I IS M j SA NAXTOXIO. June 1!). General Funston reports that Mexican troops arc. apparently bluejackets were involved. ThcMcx-: AM(MAnT evacuating rieuras iegras, opposnc r.agie i ass. uoionei uumch reponuu ui.u ik.ml-.. ican report told this story: E( l 1 I II II II II I I concentrating at Ojiuaga. opositc Presidio. 1 lie Xcnvo Laredo garrison has been sligiitly reinforced. j ' . ' ily Associated Press. ; SAX FRANCISCO. June 19. The j stirring episodes of the Spanish war . when volunteers were called for. ' were rcenacted today in Pacific ' Coast States following the receipt ot j orders for mobilization of the national guard for duty on the Mexican bor- dcr. Every armory was the center ol activity wiien tnc men negan answer ing the summons. The guardsmen b?gan the work of preparation en- izations will be ready to entrain in a majority in " boat from the warship approach ed a Mazatlan wharf and was warned t keep off until permission to land ( could lc obtained from the military autl'orities. It went back to the ship; and several hours later returned with its crew armed. The officer in com- j mand was told permission for land-' ing had notlecn given and an argu-j m cut ensued. " crowd of soldiirs and civilians bad gathered on the wharf and in the midst of the discussion a" drunken Japanese fired a shot at the Ameri cans, who promptly replied with a volley into the crowd. EXPECTS TEDDY TO SUPPORT . died todav. AMMUNITION RUSHED TO PERSHING COLUMIJUS. Tunc ID. It is reliablv reported that cavalry detachments of Pershing's force are operating southwest of Xamiqttipa base in pursuit of Mexican marauders. Pershing received j the report of bandit operations simultaneously with Trevino's warning that any movement of Amcr-, - l'-,rt t',rro ,1.1 vs anil Iv rcmilscd by Von Lmsmgen. .Norm-, nm.n Wnshinsr west of Lutsk the battle was in favor' tQn 'Idallo and Montana will furnish of the Germans. Violent bombard- approxim3tcly gCQ0 men. Camp Established. ; SACRAMENTO, June 19. Re jcruiting is rapidly bringing the Cali fornia Xational Guard up to require ments. Officers expect between 4.000 and 5,000 men at the camp here by Saturday. A 60-acre camp has been pitched at the fair grounds. Six thou sand auto trucks in the State may be requisitioned for service. Los Angeles Mobilizing. ; LOS AXGELES. June 19. The , State armory here tonight is th abode of several companies of the ; Seventh regiment. State guard, to mobilize at Sacramento. Recruiting v.iil continue. 'II. Si CONSUL AT MATAMORAS wmm OYSTER HAY, June 19. Senator icans, except m the direction of the border, would be regarded as hostile, rending auvices. irom p.ROWNSVILLE, June 19 Unite IV. OIII.UUI , ...... .. t . I Tl. i :.. .-.,.,., T To nnt 1n-.c-.. 11, .,-., rr;.-t In.lnt Lod"e conferred with Roosevelt tc ' ui'Sioii. i cr.suiiijj jjuve no ijiucim uiuii i,uc vraicunn. "t iiivm.un.iu i. .i mhh... ... jiaita ui.m . -j . dav." He said afterward that he be- Hcvc that Trcvino wil make ir an excuse for attacking the American detachments. A motor train two-from his Matamoros post. He said licved the colonel would support j , -i.. infr i.r, i,r tn,inv rnrriina- food and ammunition to the front. It is the largest shipment t . TT !,,.., T... i 0 - - - 1 lillt IH-JI.H I.II.L. . . . - ' since the Americans crossed the border. 'Matamoros expects an attack by the . i United States. Hugh the two countries, according to nas Carranza soHliers returned tnc lire : cnjji:i!. .iiihh.k .";.- '"u"""k "i ar.l th- boat withdrew, leaving be- the Norwegian steamer Nils from) officers who were arrested, l'rogrcsso. American antl ouicr lor j ; mam SONORA MEXICANS ORDERED TO ARM nrTTf:r AC" Ttitm 10 Aflrlrr rip Tn TTiii'rfn rivil trnvprnnr of fnnnr.i. has issued orders to hind two officers who were arrested. i l'rogrcsso. American ana ouicr ior j .v ... j.... -.w - - FvnianaiioiK were evehaneed bv thcieigners are being taken on board a-t the civil population to arm, say Americans arriving irom Aaco. 1 ne demonstration oaiuruay ai commander of the warship and the American gunboat at l'rogrcsso. Great , rjananea waR violent. Americans at a dance were herded home like cattle. All were searched and' . . . .1 1 ? ...ilnmniit !c oi.l t r Tt'r y .arratiza ecncrai ana me .vmcrican .aihhiii."i i- officers were rcleasol." ccordiug to the Mexican version, confusion fo'lowed an attempt to land r I.:.. TI. rmn ' . . WJrsml'- r V, iby .ho United States arm v in rebuild mihtarv commander at Mazatlan. '. thc not.or roa1 from .Co'urnb.us ! the' seizure of 100,000 American-owned cattle and sheep in Northern Mexico, accon General Mezto. telling of thc incident j tcii3ly anJ jcft ca,np' atJ Thousands of sheep were run off the Rose-Meyer ranch as a "military necessity n.iuiiijjaiui.1 UIJUUI..II...J p i eJ.rbt miles south of the Mexico City foreign office urging il" -..l:", " ' mL:" REALTY MAN DROWNED Leave Mechanics In j Factories, Is Plea yale mm ORDERED TO Mexicans Quit Jobs. ! COLUMBUS. N. M., June 19. , i More than 100 Mexicans employed that t"ie Americans be kept aboard. iThcy explained that they feared the' Yucatan, Too. vengeance of Carranzistas. ! TRUCKEE, Cal., June 19. E. C. GALVESTON. June 19. Thc . Hand bills and pamphlets recently ; Jewell, an Oakland realty man. was Mexican government in Yucatan has crt distributed among the laborers drowned wI;lc fish; ncar McKin. issued a prochmation ordering all urging it as their patriotic duty to re- A,,cn . mericans o,t of Mexico and declar-jfrain from 1 ing employed by thcneys today. C. E. McFay uas res ing a state .f war existirg between1 Vmencans. cued when thc boat capsized. shots fired into their homes. Six hundred and fiftv arc now at Cananea. . t I By Associated Press. I5y AsocIate.l Tress. 1 NEW YORK. June 19 Howard E. NEW 1! WEN. Jur.c 19. An order 100,000 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK SEIZED j Coffin, chairman of the industrial for the n,oi,ii;Zatioii of the Yale bat SAX AXTOXIO. Tunc 10. Gustavo Morclos Espinosa, governor of Coahuila. has ordered ! preparedness committee of the con; ,. TcjUh iKtfa -t,,; rt,ni to. rding to ranchers. ; Sl"l,n. "oar"- -"ctu '"" , ! day threatened the canclU - of tnc I nc win can int.- ar Yale-Harvard crew race S.mrdaj ! tcntion to thc inadvisability ot calling Thc Ya,c men wi get ,eavc of ab. iout for military duty skilled workmen tQ join U)e bor,,cr forcc9 ! engaged in industrial plants manmac-1 . Hiring war munitions. ANTI-AMERICAN RIOTS ENGINEERS READY SAN FRANCISCO, June 19. The organization of a battalion of civilian engineers here was authorized today. SILVER NEW YORK, June 64-Vj cents. TALK CAMPAIGN OVER 19. WASHINGTON, June 19. Vance McCormick, Democratic national chairman, conferred with Prcsidcn' Wilson and other party leaders on Silvci campaign rlans today. His qmrt rs v II be in New York PREPARE FOR WAR EL PASO. June 19. i thousand Mexicans 'iave enured seeking wor'; DENVER. Jure 19 A battalion of m de'ianc- of thc o-dcr of Pbretro". head-, , "eld artillery will he recmitct' ,rerc , V.U nnrscm dem.-'-istrations have for border duty rccurrc 1 ir t '-i'ma'iua and Durango.