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CALUMET, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22. 1913.
V y i I I II II II II II ll II II
OM Eli Does Well in the First
Half, But Weakens in
FINAL SCORE IS 15 TO 5
Brickley Is Star, His Great Kick
ing Winning Game
KICKS FIVE riELDS GOALS
Combrldgc, Mass., Nov. 22.-- 1 larvird
.mil Yale m-i in tlx- stadium lure to
day f..r ll.- football championship of
the eat. il irv.ild Wits tin favorite hy
ten seven. Football experts declared
the finite.'.! was all even money pl'op-
: il i. .It.
The flMWd of I'ol ty-s.ven thousand I
was the largest that ever wit nessed a 11
athl.tie event in this country where
admission was roqu'.rol.
The weather was line from tie. spec
latins' st.iiKlp.iin1, the Indian sum
mer air lucked the encouraging snap
which lll x life ami speed into foothall
Brickley is t'ie Star.
I n i.'kU v's kifkiii;; provnl the i. m
luie Hi" the name .'I'll the a curacy
Willi .Vl.l.h ho I led the l-ip.-kui o 11'
Id Kit's goal was disheartening In III"
I . 1 1 1 . siiipoi lei s. live times did F.l'ick
I) V me add ! the Crimson total, one
ill the II ft quarter I r till the tW'"il.V
tivo .'. lid hlie, ai'.llli ill the St foil. I p'l-
II . 1 ' fi..m placement ...1 the loil var.l
line. I wife in the third piarler Ih iii
1 iiii ly-scv ell yard line and tin
ity-niiie yard line and for the fifth
in the list quarter from the thir-
iv vard line.
The tide of battle early appeared to
l.e iii II. il void's favor and Yale's de
le t:.-.' pioviil unequal to the task of
stoppi!'!' the lli-C't Crimson backs ol'
"hocking ! !l plllllge.-l through tin- line.
Yale made 1 onsistunt gains, hoyv.vcr.
.Mid ill tie first half especially il seem
ed as if Harvard"-- advantage in Ihu
I'mai eoiin! wmild lie sliKht.
Yale'H seores e'K made on a safely
ill the lirs t Minuter Whifll netted tun
points ami a lit Id tfoal hy t'.in ms. y
j'ift Ixfoie the end of the tirst half.
Colli i'i.iiiis relied on open play, Har
vard espei.a. resorting m tin kiekiiu?
fame. Weinver within ,-t rlkiir dis
laiee ,,f the ale Real lirieklcy was
a Hi ,1 upon to hoat the leather.
Harvard's vh loi y Inlay flU-pels I lu
old I r kIii Ion that no team is aide to
Jef.al ill. I i:il Iwo years in siiefeSriiuil.
The Id il si .'!' was 1 ."1 to '
Slow Field in Chicago,
("hifaso, Nov. J:'. 1 1 lull wind, driv
ing showers hefole it. swept 1 tie play
in field this tnoi'iiin r and t horoiinh
ly dleei heil the la.vi i' of hav whiell
fOVel'ed Il, lISSIIl iriK a slow Held f li"
the Visi-itiMii.('hh'no L-allle.
End of first half
Illinois, 3; Minnesota. 0.
Wistonsin Wins Biq Nino Meet. .
Colutf.'hus. Nov. :':. W.i l son, of Min
tieyota. linished tlrst In the " "I'.Ik Nine"
eonft renre cross - con n 1 ry tun today.
Time: I'ive miles. 'J'5: 4 1 M... .1 record
for Ihe wiislel'n confel em'e.
W Iseonsin won the 1 :i if Nine" con
ference cross-country meet, with Il
IS VICTIM OF FOOTBALL.
(iettyshuti;, NVv. I loim r V',rav,
a stiphnt, Injured in a fool hall uame
three vvteks as;o, l tlead.
SAINTE MARIE, CANADA,
IS SWEPT BY FIRE; .
KO HOMES DESTROYED.
Irf-vls. Quebec, t 'anudu, Nv.
Siilui Marie, a lowii i.f
'it inhabitants, v:is swept by
lin toi'.iy. One hundred Hint
fifty houses have 'II -destroyed
;u m! the ilr,. raged uncheckd
id in iM'lii k. Fire :i pinaliM is
1 -i 1 1 ; j sent from hero. The dam-ut-'e
is u .i tt ( :it fitiiii.iiiio.
MURDER OF WOMAN
Aurora, III., Police Unearth Crime
Committed In Oregon
Annuo. Ills., Nov. 22. 'loser exam
iuatioii of a blood soaked feminine gar
ment, which was wet witli lilood, and a
bespat lei ed school ok and revolver,
found heiv vesterday in a ear of luin-l-er
t onsjy ii.'il from South liend, Wasli
! i K i 1 1 . coiiv in. i, the a nt hoili l.-s that
il was in. I a piece .f girlish hulling
l"ii tit h 1 1 a woman's under garb.
In the school ,.,ok, a Ccrmun gram
mar, tin mime of a girl, F.lsle Melbu
lnv, Spring Held, Oregon, was written.
The lir.st theory wa:-: that the fllild
owner of Hi book might have been
lined or dragged into the ear and ut-
k.( j(h( hai
This was dissipated
iml.ij hy f oiiiiiin.it Ion of word from
I t s .Moines, liiua. that Miss I'Kiy Wits
isilin; there and is alive ami well.
Mis- I a is IT, while the narnient
lotuiii vldetilly was worn l.y a woman
foiisideia id v a hove average hfifTht and
weight. .Miss lay thoimht Alice .Mf
t'ormaik, a tearher. of Sprinutlehl,
t 'reon, n.iunt he the nirl in the niys
Anion','' oilur names in tin hook
were Alfred I ove. Spokane, Washing
ton, and Mis. I . M . Smith, I 'nionv llle.
The ear has heeii Iii transit sinee tc
lolier i:t. The poli e are roe eedin.i on
the iheoiv that a woman was mur
dered and her ' I 1 1 ) i 1 1 -; stored a way
III the ear ,vith the il HT i nt I lilt I i HIT re
volver F.i.c' Bloody Finyer Prints.
I ' 1 1 linu.-r prints 1,11 a .small door
.if Ihe ear, h!'oiu;l w'lich Hie elothes
and hooii evideiilly were 1 Hi lied into
lie- ear, were f.iiind tod i.V. I Hip I'essiolis
tveie taken and pi . u or.r.i phs lead -and
torwaiihd to various .uei.n, and
W'ashiiu'.loii eitie". The iinpivs lions
,Ve,. apparently made , a man with
short, i.'iini lingers.
.Mis.--. Al c 'oi inaek. at hei home in
1 1 . 1 is'Mi 1 k, irer-'oii. said she was mi
aide to eVplaill Ihe present e In Ihe
Pox f.'l' ' f the hoolv, v.hi.'h was Riven
to In r Pv Miss I lav.
ENGLAND HAS STRONGEST
. SUPERDREADNOUGHT FLEET
I.oialoii Xtv. L'L'. Kiu'land now pos-.es-'e.
a lull .vipuadl'oll of eljllt hatlle
sllips of lie- silpi fdreadlloiiKht type,
tha iiim.si eoiiipact and powerful IikIi!
in;,' force in Ihe world.
These eiuht ships, which mount In
the a'vre'-.at.' iiKhtv 1 iticli nuns
and one hundred and tvvetity-eiKht
l.air-in.'h uuiis. cost the Hritish nation
soiih t i 1 i 1 1 m fir To,iiiHi,(ni(l, hut after
all tin y I iirn only a part of the l.rit-i.-di
Heel. The Ajax, the eommissloniut;
li il' I. ship of the s.piaili on, was th
einl.te.nth battleship of Ihe Iread
lioiii'ht era to take her place In the
lleet that K'tards these coasts, and it
is less than elKht .years since the first
dreadnought was laid down. Kimland
has therefore spent In ha tl leships and
hattle 1 tllisi rs alone in those eight
viars upwaids of $ 1 r.o.inio.ono, and
each year her ships each heinK an im
proven.etit over the last, are costing
NEW FASHION FREAKS.
Lord Lonsdale Sets Men Agog With
I. on Ion. Nov. "J. Lord Ionsdale.
Knnla nd's siortlnL-; earl, the man who
sels the fashion for the roRitlar pat
ions of the r.oe 'oursf8 and other
pla.es where sportsmen nather, and
win e dress is one of the attractions
lo vis. tors at the Olympic horse show
and other such Mvasions, has outdone
hhnfelf this autumn.
At .Vewni'iiki t the other day he
wore what .1 writer of fashion truly
ilesi rlheil as "piuuant." Here is a de
scription of the eaiTs attire: "He wore
a chocolate brown suit, wilh stripes
of 'i tinker color. The morniim coat
was full skirted but fancy, villi a
:i ': Han pocket on either sid and
two laixe l.'Htoin nt Ihe back. His
black bowbr was tdiKhtly conlftil; Ids
tnrn-oer foliar cin-loscd n lie of red,
whi'e and yellow; his waistcoat was
white with yeljow sirlpe.-, ami wax
peinliirly l.ni-T; his trousers were
lather wide and turned up nt the bot
tom, showing brown mm ks over pat
ent leather shoes. His c;ar was med
ium s'etl and wor'i without u banl."
The west etui lallor wre ready
with chocolate brown-suits, vvlue'i are , deoth serves as the connect-
all the fashion this season, but the(lnif jnk between old and new Japan,
colored waistcoat and the tic hiv-j not j rtroiy fifty years ago th prince was
t been copied. 'the ie facto ruler of Japan.
Radicals in Federation of Labor
Convention Would Replace
ARE IN CONTROL OF VOTES
However, Mitchell Has No Desire
to Be Elected
COPPER RESOLUTION TO PASS
Sent tie, Wash., Nov. Th final
la's work of the American Federation
of l.ahor'.s eonventloii opened with the
1 ei iu rt t,f the committee on resolution
leipiestinn .1 federal Investigation into
the eharges that the Kuvernment was
(l.frauded hy the Mlchlnun 'opper
mipanies when they ohtained jKiHHe.s
slon of their lard, and a. resolution dis
posing of the split in the hrotherhood
i ele'tihal workers.
'I he ef.pper resolution, it wa.s pre
dii'ted, will He passed unanimously.
I deft Ion of oltieel'K i.S sflK'ltlleil for
the afternoon. Il is said John Mitchell
had fampaineil so well for John I'.
White, pi-siiU-nt of the Mine VVorkern,
1. 1 sue 1 eed him as .second vice presi
dent t.f the federation that on Thur.-i-cay
niht he had the promise of voteH
that would give him control of the en
tire adininistiutloii if he wished to In
fill. le the choice of himself as presi
dent to Klicceed HompelS.
Mitehell. It Is known. Is reluctant to
displace (ioinerM, and he htiH heen
asked to lake the presidency at the
I!tl4 eon vent ion.
In Hit bj-llormi,' John II. Wulker, So
1 lalist, holds Il.TiiK votes of tluv United
Aline Workers, one-lifth of the voles
of ihe entire convention. The West
ern lederation of Miners, Prevv cry
workers, printing piesstu.ii and 111a
( llinists were eonnte, oil to vole as
.Mil. hell Wished.
It i? said il Will lie the purpose of
iln- radiiMls to staniede the conven
tion for Miifhell, who is the only in-
ioiistrlal iiiiionist at present 7i 1 the exe-
TEXAS STOCK SHOW OPENS.
National Breeders Association Con
gress Begins in Fort Worth.
IN.it Worth. Tex., Nc v. J2 ldnkln
modern Texas to tie old cattle days
In the eighteenth annual National
Feeder and lireeders' show which
opened" here today. Herds of cattle am
hrinn driven throtiRh the streets with
Iln same abandon as a generation hk'.
i.ii; Mints are clanking through mar
ble paved hotel lobbies. 'hapaiejos
are hack in the best, .society, Kor a
week Fort Worth is to be the typical
frontier cow town, with Its dust and
Ms ever prese nt bovine odor.
Preceding the opening; of the show
this a I'n riioon there was a civic parad
throne, n the business section to the
stiickMitds. The parade was followed
by the formal opening exerclsen.it the
Coliseum. Oovcrnor Colitiitt delivered
the principal address.
The show this ear is the largest
in (lie history of th organization. At
the stockydt'ds for the event nro
thousand of thoroughbred cattle,
pediKieed shep, fine horses and fancy
hcifs. The luinual show of the Fort
vNotth I'ouHry and Pigeon ass.K-lation
which is In in held in conjunction
with the it.ck flu.w, adds to the ai?
preirati.m m-vorai thousand choice
specimens of poultry and pigeons.
KNODE CASE OPENS MONDAY
Dean of Indiana Veterinary College to
Face Murder Trial.
Shelbyvllle, Ind., Nov. 22. Prepara
tions uie un.lerstood to be completed
for the opening next week of the trial
of Ir. William It. I'raiK, clean of the
Indiana, Veterinary college, who, to
gether with Alonx.o M. Ita-'sdale. an
undertaker, also of InuianapOlls, was
indicted in Pecember of lust year by
the Marlon county grand Jury for the
murder of Ir. lleleno Kntibe, a well
known physician and bacteriologist of
Itullunapolls, who wan murdered on
October -3, 1!MI. The case, which was
originally to be tried In Marlon coun
ty last month'. wa transferred to
Shelby county on a change of venue
at the request of Dr. 1'raig. 11 ml will
be heard before Judge Hlalr of the
Shelby county court. A. M. Uagsdale,
indicted Jointly with !r. Craig, did not
Join In tl.e plea, for a change of venue
and his case will probably be tried In
Indianapolis after the Craig trial in
ONE POWERFUL JAP PRINCE
LAST OF SHOGU.NS, DIES.
Toklo, Nov. 22. I'rlnre Kelkl Teku
gawH, "the last of the shoguns," la
Huerta and Carranza, Main
Figures In Mexican Trouble
h-it:x y& rft 1 STi
Ptiotos ropyrU'ht. 1913. by Ameilran l'resa Association
n.M the time the Mexican situation beiame-a thorn in the side of
I'ncle Sam, after the murder of .M itb ro, two figures have stood
out proininently across the UP Hiande. Hiierla, as provisional pres
ident of I lie republic, at once found himself persona mm grata
m 1'iifle Sam, after the murder of .M atltio, iwo figures have stood
I out proininently at ioss the Klo Hiamle. Iluerla. as provisional pres-
with the Wilson administration. Hxpeda titl.v recognized by all the other
principal rTovernnn tits of the vvoild. h' was refused official notice by the
I'niteil Stiles, it helnit held that he vv a f not He constitutional head of the
country. When the American ambassador, llenr.v Lane Wilson, resigned the
l ost was left unfilled as notice to th1' world that the I'rilted States did not
offit ialiv ret ogni.e lluei ta. ThroiiKh John I. ind an. I Charge d'Afraln s Nel
son ( t'Shii u'-htiessy President Wilson endeavored to bring about Huerta's
voluntary retirement before ami after the farcical election f,,r president.
The other principal fisute wastleneral Venust iatio Carratia, leader of the
l i bels, who i hi isteiioi themselves ott st Itutionalists. Cananzj. was n 'lose
friend of the murdered Mudcru "lid fought Huerta's assumption of power
from the start. Ilueit.i is shown above and Carranza (marked by arrow) be
low in camp with some of his follcwt-rs.
SEES NO HOPE FOR
Chancellor Lloyd George Says
Public Is Opposed
ml, Nov., 22. Chun-ii-ge
thinks it itnpos-
eelior I.loyd Cem
slide now for th.
to secure the pas'.
woman s u f f racist.
igi of a bill grant
ing parliamentary franchise to women
of the p.rltish Isl.s. He said:
"Th". militancy of s mie women has
set public opinion ag.'iint them ami
there is 110 use Irving to puss a bill
ugainst the wishes of the public."
He ;;.ve this r ply to three deputa
tions this morning. Speakers for the
deputation from the oxford Men's
Political uiiior, told the chun.'cllur
frank I v that he. being in favor of
votes for women, should wreck the
government if it did not give the
DISCOVERED IN CHICAGO
Chen?o. Nov. 22.- The finding of an
Armenian laborer, dying in a lodging
with a bullet wound in his eye, and
the murder a Week ago of a Creek un
der similar clrcurnstanci s in the anie
building, caused the police today to
accept the theorv that a deadly feud
exists- between (J reek and Armenian
residents in the southwestern part of
the cllv. Sixty suspects are under ar
rest. COAL OPERATORS DO NOT
LIKE WILSON COMMITTEE.
. Denver, Coin.. Nov. 22. Coal mine
operators last night cxpresse.i their
disapproval of the jM-rsonnel of t!.e
eommlttee of mine work-rs whl.-h h ol
been selected for cenf .T nee wit.i them
hy Oovernor Amnions nnd Secret. r'
of Ijibor Wilson, an I refused t ml
with them. The activities of Secretary
of I.nbor Wilson yesterday were e n
fined to a study of 'he situation whl'h
led up to the strike.
DISASTERS FAIL TO
END AIRSHIP TESTS
German Bird men, Undaunted by
Accidents, Continue Trials
Ikrlin, Nov. 22. The- two disasters
to Zeppelin airships In September and
October are not to result in checking
the u-ce of these craft In Herniany.
This is the decision apparently reach
id by the government, the concerns
that build airships, and by what may
be called the aerial travelling public.
Tin recent fatal tut identa In the
North Sea when fourteen men were
killed, and at Johannlsthul, when
twenty-eight persons lost their lives,
have not reduced the number of sail
ings In the vicinity of Uerlin of the
Hansa, stationed at Potsdam. This
airship is still making two trips
daily, and only recently it celebrated
Its three hundredth flight. Moreover,
the to imans Airship Navigation com
pany, which owns the Hansa and two
ther airships, Is 1 reparlng for 1
inn -h mote extended schedule of sail
ings. To the company's ekht stations,
located at Potsdam. Hamburg, Dus
seldoif. Frankfort. Haden-Paden, On
tha. I.eipsii, and Friedrlchshafen, are
to be added eight more at Kmden.
I'rermn, Hanover, Urunswick. Dres
den, Stuttgart. Munich, and Copenhag
en. It is also intended later to es
tabllieh stations at towns in the more
Continued on 6th Page, 4th Column.
PAST WEEK ON NEW
YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
DULLEST IN DECADE.
New York, Nov. 22. The past week
oti the Mock exchange has been the
dullest ut this period of the enr In n
.'ecade. The week's business was les
hv far than the record of any normni
lay's business a ear or two ago.
Lack of public interest Is the most
obvious " feature. Some firms and In
dividuals, it Is reportfj, will retire
from the "street" the urst 'of the year.
The holidav gratuities to employes
promise to bo the smallest In years.
WILSON'S TURKEY TO
COME FROM KENTUCKY;
WILL WEIGH 4C POUNDS.
Washington, No.'. 22. Presi
dent Wilson, Secretary Tumul
ty and the membeM of the cab
inet will have Kentucky turkey
for their Ttianksgiv in .linn'-i's.
South Trimble, deik of the
house, will furnish pedigreed
bronze turkevs, raised on his
Itlu c.r.iss farm. The presi
dent's did will be 11 yearling
gobbler, weiahlng 40 pounds
dressed. The others will weigh
2." pounds. They have been fat
tened on celery, rh"sinuts rind
.;. .j. .. .j. $ .5. .j. . .;. . . .. 4.
MANY STRIKE GASES
IN JUSTICE COURTS
No New Developments in the
No new development occuired in
th.- strike zone to.la.v. Peaceful dem
onstrations were held in various parts
of the district, but there was no ut
tempt to feute dist urba nee. Wolverine
Mi ikers puraded about the location and
disturbance was anticipated, but if any
vloletic. was intended, it failed to ma
terialize. It is reported that several alleged
strike leaders in Wolverine and Cen
tennial huve left the federation ranks
because of dissatisfaction with the
manner in which the strike is being
i e nducted.
Following outbreaks of violence ami
rioting, Justice court cases are on n
Ping the center of attraction and Jus
tices are endeavoring to dispose of
these cases as rapidly as possible. Pe--lovv
is a resume of justice court pro
ceedings, incident to the strike:
"Jack" King, charged wilh carrying
concealed vveaiH.ns, has been bound
over for trial at the next term of cir
cuit court from" the court of Justice
Juckolu. lvmfc has been released on
bonds of $30U.
John V-rbonis, charged with carry
ing J'unceHled weajHiiiH, has beei, bound
over by Justice C. o, Juckolu for trial
al the next term of circuit court. He
was released on bonds of $:;nu.
John Mesick, charged with obstruct
;ng an other, bus been bound over for
trial at the next term of circuit court
by Justice J.ickola. Willi bonds of $.".u0.
The case of peter Spehar. charged
with assault with intent to commit
great bodily harm less than th- crime
of murder, has been adjourned by
Justice Ja.kola until I'ectmbcr 12, to
provide for the transcription of testi
The adjourned healing of Iiorninick
Kima, charged with felonious assault,
lias been set for next Tuesday by Jus
John Sculia, charged with carrying
concealed weapons, has been bound
over for lial at the next term of cir
cuit ourt, from the court of Justice
Jackola. Horn Is were lived at $.".u.'.
The case of John Stemitz, charged
with obstructing an officer lias i.eeii
set for next Wednesdn.v by Justice
The cases of Kdwurd Nordstrom and
John Forster of Allouez. who tire
charged with creating n noise and dis
turbance, under a township ordinance,
will come before Justice M.clivn Tues
day. John Custovich and Steve Stin..icli.
Ahmeek strikers, will be giv. n an ex
amination Wednesday before Justice
Med I. vu on a charge of earning con
Layers Case It Adjourned.
The examination of John leavers,
Continued on 8th Page, 1st Column.
JESSIE'S WEDDING CAKE HAS
SATELLITES FOR THE GUESTS
New York, Nov. 22. Jessie Wilson's
H pound wedding cake will be sent to
Washington tonight. It will be uccom- I
panle,i by two thousand small satel- '
lites made of the same dough, packed
In white boxes, for distribution among
the guests. It required live hundred
pounds of cake mixture to till these
The mimcrou requests for a pice
of Jessie Wilson's WtHltlinsr cake, cans
ed the issue from the white house to
day of a statement .tlcsv ribing tin
cake as too small to gratify the desires
of the public. The cake, 22 Inch, s I.'
diameter ami nine Inches high. Is n-.l
at all t la borate, says the statement.
Among the wedding pifts today w;;s
a live possum, addressed to President
"We noticed," wrote lr. J. V. Wood
of Kexic, Miss, "that you h.wc been
receiving possum Without potatoes and
potatoes without poss:im. Hoping the
potatoes have not ben exhausted we
are sending another possum."
The letter described tne animal as
a "graveyard possum.' It was sent to
Cincinnati. O., Nov., 22. The hotne
product ; committee of the chamber of
commerce has sent n telegram to Jes
sie Wilson, congratulating her on the
fact that he will ! married In a
costume purely of American produc
tion, both In workmanship and material.
TO BE FOUGHT
Federals Within 32 Miles of City
and Villa Has Gone Out
to Meet Them
NO PROTEST TO ENGLAND
No Objection by U. S. to British
Warships Off Mexico
BRYAN SCORES UNTRUE REPORTS
K Paso, Te xas, Nov. 22. Tim Fed
erals are within thirty-two mile.si of
Juarez, and ib neral Villa and a thou
sand men h ive gone out to !,ght theiu.
This statement was mailt ibis morn
ing ill Jual'.Z to tllei Associated Pre.cs
corresi i ndeiit by one of Villa's prin-i-pal
l eLteliants, vvh declared that
three thousand additional nu n will go
.south iis soon US thev can be loaded
After hav ing disti MjuIc.I .i thousand
men .il.. i, f the radroud south of Jua
rez, Vill:. returned are! began super
vising the entraining of other troops,
lie will concentrate hi men ten miles
south of Juarez.
No Protest to England.
Washington, Nov. 22. lu a state
ment relative to (Mexico ,1'lty dis
patches about th.- movements of I'.rit
ish warships to Mexico, Secretary
Ft van said:
The statement published this morn
Ing to the effect that the st ile depart
ment laid ploUSted against th ac
tion of ilreat Hril.ibi In s. nding -war
vessels to Mexican w.i'ers Is absolute
ly f.ilsr. lu international affairs
there ought be patriotic ploiilotiOn of
frieiidl;, relations; t !i - i a itnot be pro
lilo ted by the recklcs pu'.oa n t loti of
Villa to Seek Recognition?
Wiishliv.Mon, Nov. 22. Hear Adroir-
j al l'h tc Per cabled today that the bat
j lleship New Hamj shire had b ft Tuv
p:.tu to return to Vera Cruz. Taken in
I ct.rmt tlou ,,;! h a ple.U- from "..iisti
j tutionalist C.-in-ral Av dlar that his
iiu-n wcuf n..t molest foreign proer
ty this ;s re: in led in evidence of t.t
restoration of order between Tuxpam
The -coiit Cluster, with tin M ider
refugees aboard, has -- pel ..r Ip.va
Ha. I ' 1 1 . f lj i . l advice" ! ruu c. . i rnrn.-j, t
i.S. tits SectiojiS o Mcvj.-ii w here the
i'onstif 'itioii, (lists are oper.it iT.g, sug
gest tli.it c.leiK-ral Villa plans to sc. k
recogriti m from th. Fiut.d States for
a de fa-Mo overt m.-nt, claiming juris
diction l v risht of -ii!scv..ion of aU
that part of Mexico north of ii j,,.
Tiun about lu.. w'f.-u fr..iu Tuxp.iin
and Triinjuco. Constitutionalists t.p
leseiiiaiiVes here, however, are unwil
ling to .oindt that C.'i-ranzu will i.
satisfied with .'invthiti'.' less thin the
conqut s: of the whi le of M'xico ati I
the elimination of Hii-rti.
Don't Want Gen. Christmas
M.tg lal. na. S.uiora, Mexico, Nov. 22.
At the t. mporury Constitutionalists'
he id, pi. in, i s here it was denied that
the reported activity of CP-iaral I.e.-
'hrist ma . American soldier of for
tune, h, recruiting Americans in Chi
cago, nail anv connection with the reb
el's in. vi in. nt in Mexico. Foreirners
will not be permitted to Join the Con
stituti .na Ms i troops.
S?y U. S. Wdl Recognize Huerta
Mexico City, Nov., 22. Mexican
morning n -wvu pi t s. under govern
ment domination, published on their
front pac.-s lodav long articles re
garding the alleged Intention ,,f the
Washington gov. rumen: to recognize
Huerta in the near future.
Charrie Off-cers With "lotting.
Mexico City. Nov . 22. --Tiio officers'
of tlie bttle garrison at Fxtapalu. a
suburb of the fed ral caiul.il, wen
arrested today and will be tried by
court martial for conipll. ltv In a plan
to start a militurv in r'in ;.
GERMAN BANKER RENT TO
PRISON FOR SEVEN YEARS.
roimond, Oermanv. Nov.
t. r a trial of one hundn d and t..ui teen
lavs. Heir Ohmus, managing dirs'tor
of the Mb 'derileuls. h bank, who fail
..1 with liabifli. s of twelve million
doll. its in P.'IU. was selitcliied to Sev
en years for wrecking the bank by
proprl.it'ng lis funds. The
i lasses lost vavily.
NOTED FRENCHMAN PASSES.
Paris. Nov. 22 - IMuard t.o ker. y.
one of the best known lYeiuh states
men and writer. Is dead, aged 7.".. H
was deputy for forty years. In Ihe
siege of Paris In isTO he command.!
n battalion of infantry. Ills- writing
on naval question have been widely