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Federal Generals Find Safety Across the Border. VILLA EXECUTING HUNDREDS Gen. Caravco Is Among Generals Un accounted for—Luis Terrazas, Third, Is Missing—Major Mondoza Proves Hero and Is Killed —Rebels Capture 400—All to Die. PRESIDIO, TEXAS lt is now generally agreed that Generals Oroz co, Jose Y. Salazar and Antonia Rojas, the federal volunteer generals most wanted by Villa, have, with 300 or 400 loyal followers made their escape. It is also said now that they were joined by General Alarvelo Caraveo, another federal volunteer general. Caraveo was reported to be among those who had surrendered to Major McNamee, but when a census was taken in the morning, he was not found among the federals who had sought asylum in the American tamp at Presidio. Villa Hunting Federal Generals. When it became known that Salaisr and his fellow federal volunteer offi cers, who are considered by the con stitutionalists as arch traitors, and up on whose heads a price has been put, had escaped, Villa sent detachments in every direction with instructions to overtake them and capture them either dead or alive at any cost. Some of these detachments have returned to Ojinaga reporting failure, while others are still scouring the hills with the hope of catching the much-wanted men. Major Luis Terrazas, third, grandson of General Terrazas, the Chihuahua land baron, is missing. Mondoza Proves Hero. Major Mondoza of the federals was killed while making a stand at the custom house on the bank of the Rio Grande, while holding at bay a detach ment of rebels intent upon cutting off the retreat of the main body of fed erals. Had it not been for Mondoza’s brilliant work, the slaughter of fugi tives along the banks of the river would have been terrible. The rebels captured between 300 and 400 prisoners at night, the most of them volunteers and hundreds of these have been executed. Villa has refused to allow foreigners to visit Ojinaga. The constant bar:; of rifle and revolver heard across the international boundary tells of the work of wholesale execution of fed eral prisoners. Entire Army Deserted. That the entire army deserted is borne out by the fact that hundreds of belts were full of ammunition while very few were wounded. These hun dreds of deserters are nearly freez ing to death and the question of food is important. General Mercado, the federal com mander, in an interview claims that Villa won by a fluke as the federal outposts rushing in for ammunition caused a panic among the federals in the trenches. Generals Stole Money and Decamped. R. F. Flores, confidential man to Orozco, appeared on this side and de clares that all federal generals held a conference prior to an attack and agreed to desert. He is the man who took $70,000 to Ojinaga last week to pay off the federal soldiers. He claims that the officers divided up most of the money and that the soldiers got but little. Federal Paymaster Shot. Guadalupe Sanchez, a federal pay master in an automobile, was shot be tween here and Marfa by a United States soldier while trying to escape to the railroad in an automobile. The soldier called on him to halt, but the automobile speeded up and the sentry fired, hitting the paymaster in the back. The wounded officer will die. THOUSANDS MAY BE DEAD Terrible Havor Wrought by Volcano on Japanese Island. NAGASAKI. JAPAN—The indica tions are that the death list from the earthquake and volcanic disturbances around Kagoshima will run into the thousands. Government authorities declare that any official estimate of the extent of the disaster will be im possible for several days. The popu lation of the city of Kagoshima, which is almost completely buried in volcan ic ashes and stones, was 60,000 at the last census. The population of the adjoining isl and of Sakura, the center of the dis turbance, is given as 15,000. On this island hundreds are reported to have perished beneath the streams of mol ten lava from the volcano of Sakura jima. Many more were uidoubtedly drowned while trying to escape. MUST FIGHT.OR QUIT FLIGHT Aerial League Tells Vedrines He Must Accept Challenge to Duel. CAIRO, EGYPT The around the-world flight of Jules Vedrines will be halted unless he accepts the chal lenge to a duel issued by H. Roux, a rival airman. Vedrines was instructed by the Aerial League of Paris, under whose uaspices he flew to Cairo, either to accept the challenge or return to Paris. The quarrel arose from Ved rines’ charge that Rouz tried to per suade Turkish officers to prevent the former’s flight over Turkish territory. JUDGE EDGAR ALDRICH ~~ I Who Appointed the Commission | Which Reports in Favor of Thaw, THINKS THAW IS SAFE MAN Commission Appointed by Judge Al drich Makes Its Report. CONCORD, N. H. The commis sion appointed by Judge Edgar Aldrich of the I T nited States court to reach a finding as to whether it would be a public menace to liberate Harry K. Thaw on bail, pending a final decision of his case in the federal court, reach ed a conclusion and filed the same in writing with the clerk of the United States court in this city at midnight, of Saturday. The report of the commis sion has been made public and its con clusion iis couched in these words: “In our opinion, it is reasonably probable that Harry K. Thaw’s liberty under bail would not be dangerous or a menace to the public, peace and safety.” CONGRESS MEETS AFTER A RECESS ' - * Work Expected to Cover Wide Range ot Subjects, WASHINGTON —Congress has got back to work again after a holiday recreation spell. In the house, prompt ly at noon, Speaker Clark dropped his gavel and a similar scene was enacted in the senate with Vice President Marshall in the chair. Fresh from a vacation which fol lowed nine months of tariff and cur rency debate, members of both houses returned ready for work at anew point in the Democratic administra tion. For the first time since President Wilson ordered the special session last April, congress is without the overshadowing influence of a domi nant issue such as tariff or currency reform, to be fought out to the excul sion of other business. Asa conse quence the work of the next few months in national legislative halls is expected to cover a wide range of sub jects. Anti-trust legislation remains as an important factor in President Wilson’s legislative program that must be con sidered by congress, but it will not displace other important legislation, as the bills for tariff and currency revi sion did. GEN. SIMON B. BUCKNER DIES Mexican and Civil War Veteran and Vice Presidential Candidate. MUM FORDVTLLE, KY. General Simon Bolivar Buckner died at his home here in his ninety-first year. Gen eral Buckner was former governor of Kentucky. He was a graduate, and afterward an instructor at West Point. He commanded a confederate brigade at Fort Donelson and was afterward a division commander under General Bragg in Tennessee. He was wound ed in the Mexican war. General Buckner was the candidate of the gold Democratic party for vice president in 1896, running on the ticket with Senator John M. Palmer of Illinois, candidate for president. 50.000 STEEL MEN TO WORK Orders for 125,000 Tons Make Pitts burgh Industry Hum. PITTSBURGH, PA. More than 50,000 men who have been idle for from one to three months will be re employed before the end of the week in the Pittsburgh district. Steel orders aggregating 125,000 tons have been received. German Officers Acquitted. STRASSBURG, GERMANY Col onel von Reuter and Lieutenant Schad of the Ninety-ninth infantry regiment were acquitted by the court-martial which tried them on charges arising out of the recent violent incidents be tween the military and civilians at Zabern, Alsace. Hazol-Mentliol Plasters Effectively relieve pain. The soothing ef fects of Menthol are quickly felt in Back ache, Rheumatism. Seia'iea and other painful affections. Yard rolls regu lar size 25c. All druggists or direct by mail. Davis & Lawrence Cos., i\ew T ork. Samples mailed upon request, sc. stamps. I Coughs, Croup,' Bronchitis ;?■ Contains no harmful drugs. DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO.. New York. Wonderful Cough Remedy Dr. King’s New Discovery is known everywhere as the remedy which will surely stop a cough or cold. D. P. Lawson of Edison, Tenn., writes: ‘‘Dr. King’s New Discovery is the most won derful cough, cold and throat and lung medicine I ever sold in my store. It can’t be beat. It sells without any trouble at all. It needs no guarantee.” This is true, because' Dr. King’s New Discovery will relieve the most obstin ate coughs and colds. Lung troubles quickly helped by its use. You should keep a bottle in the house at all times for all the members of the family. 50c and SI.OO. All druggists or by mail H. E. Bucklen & Cos., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Pleasant News for Hubby. Young Wife (to older and seasick husband) —“Now, dear, just be as com fortable as you can, and don’t worry about ine. I’m not lonesome. There’s half a dozen men up ©n deck who’s been awfully nice to me. And such a joke! They think I’m a widow!” — Puck. Worms the Cause of Your Child's Pains A foul, disagreeable breath, dark cir cles around the eyes, at times feverish, with great thirst, cheeks flushed and then pale, abdomen swollen with sharp cramping pains are all indications of worms. Don’t let your child suffer — Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief—lt kills the worms—while its laxative effects add greatly to the health of your child by removing the dangerous and disagreeable effect of worms and parasites from the system. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a health pro ducer should be in every household. Perfectly safe. Buy a box today. Price 25c. All druggists or by mail—Kicka poo Indian Med. Cos., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Forebodes Trouble. When a woman rattles the dishes more than usual while preparing sup per it’s a sure sign that her husband will hear something drop when he comes home. —Atlanta Journal. Mother Gray’s Sweet Powders for Children Relieve Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate the Bowels and are a pleasant remedy for Worms. Used by mothers for 24 years. They never fail. At all drug gists, 25c. Sample FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Leßoy, N. Y. 7w3 Woman's Possession. There is in every true womaa’s heart a spark of heavenly fire, which beams aEd blazes in the dark hours of adversity.—Washington Irving. If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the size of your shoes it’s some satisfaction to know that many people can wear shoes a size smaller by shak ing Allen’s Foot-Ease into them. Just the thing for dancing parties, ancl for breaking in new shoes. Sold every where, 25c. Sample FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy, N. Y. 7w3 Fever Statistics. People are most liable to fever be tween the ages of fifteen and twenty; 209 out of every 1,000 cases occur at that age. There are only 10 per 1,000 under five and 2 per 1,000 over fifty five. We Can Save You Money! Order Your Flowers Direct From the Growers. Use the’phone at our expense. We make no extra charge for arrangement of wedding shower and corsage bouquets, of baskets for gifts and table decorations. We makejdesigns of any description. Tell us how much you want to pay and we will|do the rest. When in Janesville visit our store and see our line of Floral Art Ware, Jardineres Fern Dishes, and the best asst, of Baskets. We deduct a two minute phone call from your bill and we pay postage or expression all orders over SI.OO. Janesville Floral Company EDWARD AMERPOHL, Prop. Main Office 50 S. Main St. Janesville, Wisconsin. Shoe Department Specials OFFERED DURING JANUARY ) January 21, 22, 23, 24 ... SALE ... \ Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1 lot ladies' patent button tfO 1Q Shoes, $3.50 value, per pair 39 pr. infants' soft shoes, jQa 25 and 50 cent values, per pair -A VV* 72 pr. ladies' warm shoes QQa and slippers $1.25 to $2.50 value^^^ JAMES F. KELLER, - Edgerton, Wls. |- nrr Many ■ nrP Useful I IlkL Premiums What Is the Name of the Piano? These making out the name of the piano will be given the choice of several useful articles, also special offer on the purchase of a high grade piano. Conditions —Only those who have no piano in their home and are desirous of getting one are permitted to answer. Only one member in a family can enter. Answers must reach our office not later than Feb. 15th, 1914. A list of premiums to select from will be mailed you as soon as your answer is received. Answer on this or a separate sheet of paper. Write your name and address plainly. .AWSK&T-at .VS* Name— Address Manufacturers Advertising Association, 339 $. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. To Heat the Entire Room. A Californian has designed a fire place that sends out its heat In all directions, the chimney being sup ported above the grate by steel col umns. (First publication Jan. 9, 1914 ] TSotice ot Hearing;. STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regular term of the County Court, to be held in and for said County, at the Court House, in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tues day, being the 3rd day of February, 1914, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Clarence E. Swenson for the adjustment and allowance of his account as executor of the last will of C. P- Swen son, late of the City of Edgerton. in said county, deceased, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to such other persons as are by law entitled thereto. Dated January 7. 1914. By the Court: ■ Oscar N. Nelson. Register in Probate. E. M. Ladd, Attorney. [First publication Dec. -6, 1913.] Notice to Creditors. STATE OF WISCONSIN. County Court for Rock County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the County Court to he held in and for said Countv, at the court house, in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tuesday of July. A. D. 1914, being July 7th. 1914, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matters will be heard, considered and adjusted: All claims against Penton Pierce, late of the town of Fulton, in said County, deceased. All claims must be presented for allowance to said Court, at the court house, in the City of Janesville, in said county, on or before the 18th day of June, A. D. 1914, or be barred. Dated December 18,1913. By the Court. Charles L. Fifield. County Judge. D. W. North, Executor. Paul N. Grubb, Attorney for the Estate. / I CAN MAKE A \ /- . ~ TU|C s, l cooo pays Run; ( r^' th to t b h acco ) THE AUTOMOBILIST AND THE GOOD JUDGE TAKE a small chew of “Right- Gut” —the Real Tobacco Chew. You’ll get more solid comfort and satisfaction out of that small chew than from a big wad of the old kind. It lasts longer. You don’t have to take a fresh chew so often. You get the substance —the pure, rich flavor of the mellow, sappy leaf, seasoned and sweetened just right. The Real Tobacco Chew ITSr* 10 Cents a Pouch A SK your dealer today. ■**Tf he doesn’t sell “Right- Cut,” send us 10 cents in stamps. We’ll send you a pouch. We guarantee it to be pare chewing tobacco and better them the old kind. [First publication Dec. 19, 1913.] INotlce to creditors. STATE OF WISCONSIN. County Court for Rock County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term I of the County Court to be held in and for said j County at the Court House, in the City of I Janesville, in said County, on the first Tues- day of July. A. D. 1914. beinsr July 7th. 1914, at 9. o’clock a. m., the following mat ters will be heard, considered and adjusted: Ail claims against August Geishirt, late of the City of Edgerton, in said county, deceased. All claims must be presented for allowance to said Court, at the Court House, in the City of JanesviUe, in said county, on or before the 16th day oi June. A. D. 1914. or be barred. Dated Dec. 16, 1913. By the Court. Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. E. M. Ladd. Attorney. 1 lot children's and misses' OQa storm overshoes, a bargain, at VV v 1 lot ladies' leather house QQa slippers, $1.25 to $2 value, at t/OV/ IDiscount on all Shoes and Slippers Not Mentioned The letters in the circOe, prop erty arranged, vpel! the itatvte o£ a High Grade Fiars Name of Piano „ Directions: The above circle contains all the letters used in spelling the name of a high grade piano. It commences with the letter V. Arrange the other letters to complete the name. WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY 50 Union Square, New York llKkutl $. CHEWING * TOBACCO MANUrACTUftCO BY Cj WEYMAN-BRUTON CO. CHICAGO, lit. [First publication Dec. 19, 1913.] Notice to Creditors. STATE OF WISCONSIN. County Court for Rock County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the County Court to be held in and for said Countv. at the Court House, in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tuesday of July A. D. 1914, being July 7th. 1914. at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matters will be heard, considered and adjusted: All claims against Mary L. Hill, late of the City of Edgerton, in said county, deceased. All claims must be presented for allowance to said Court, at the Court House, in the City of Janesville, in said county, on or before th* 16th day of June A. D. 1914. or he barred. Dated Dec. 16. 1913. By the Court. Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. E. M. Ladd, Attorney.