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LARGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA
I; BENDE THE WEATHER. INDIANA Parti. cloui'.v tonight and Sat i:rJ.i y. IVER MKHi;..N' Partly cloudy and e.,r.t;r. lied cool tonight and it 1 AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR FEBRUARY WAS 16,152. READ TEE 'VANTS' VOL. XXXI., NO. 100. SOUTH' BEND, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. PRICE TWO CENTS mm south . . 'v, - . - ' JEWS TIME So TIKE JICTION TO PUT H EFFECT Ai! Institutions in Federal Re serve Association Must Make Payment on Stock Shares Within 30 Days. TOTAL CAPITAL WILL BE NEAR 2 BILLIONS I At Least 7,548 Banks WiH Be Included in General Scheme Which is Soon to Be in Operation. WASHINGTON. April Delinite Meps toward putting iu operation the n"v currency sstem were begun to day following the formal eertiricatiou by the organization niinniittt'' to Comptroller of tlx- I'urrt-iu'v Williams r the M ix tion ot the 11' re'Tve hunk -itb in the reserve districts. Notices were mailed to ;4U banks 1 i i I will join in the urbanization that the districts have keen mapped out. Within Ho days after each hank n eehes this notice it must, under the Jaw, make the liist payment on its .-hare of stock in the resere hank of its district. Tli location of reserve cities wa." based on the ability of inemhe hanks to furnish th- . l.'ioo.ooo capital for ihe iorr.. district hank, the mercan tile .industrial and financial connec tions, geographical situation, the area, population and prohahle. ability of ;i federal reserve hank to meet all legit imate ilniiiiinN of business. 1'ramh Hank. to In KMablishciI. ''ranch hanks within the several listrictn will established by the lederal reserve hoard whose live members- will be chiKfii by Pres. Wilson Aithm the next ::o days. With the announcement of this "board and the designation 'of branch "banks, there will bein the transfer .f reserves to the new institutions to which government deposits also will "be tiansfcrr'ed yiaduaRv. Witli the X'tmds derived from mem 5a r banks reserves and exchange de posits, pivi rnmt ni deposits ami cap 'a! paid In. the reserve hanks will be iady to legir tlieir discount of com mercial papej- offered them by mem ber banks. The reserve banks will lend respective bank notes on such 3aper, which hank notes will he re tired as rapidlv as the commercial paper on which they are based, be- omes due. The reserve banks may "begin also the pure hase of goern- ment bonds a? soon as organization is ornpleted. The reserve and branch reservo banks probably will take oxer to a large extent the business of Hearing checks and drafts for iiipiu ler banks, although it is admitted that this condition of system will be- grad ual. Member batiks in the several listricts will deal with the nearest "branch bank, which will be dependent upon the district reserve bank and each v.t these 12 banks will in turn ileal directly with the federal reserve. I-oard at Washington. Enormous Capital. At least T.atjs banks will bo includ rd in the general scheme, am' they have a total capacity and surplus of 5I.S::i.r.4S.3rd. The capital of the 1 lent ra 1 reserve banks will tidal Slit.- P.v districts the reserve bank capital ill'be- No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. . No. Nt.. P.oston. .t !. 1, 7 4 0. New York. $L,o.r,7,l;. "Philadelphia. ? 1 !!.! 1 :'. Cleveland. ll.r.LM .s:i.'. Richmond. k.".4:k2Sl. , Atlanta. $4.7(l.,74o. Chicago. $ 1 r. . 1 ." 1 . i L T. . st. Louis. n.:r:::. Minneapolis $ t.7-.M'. 4. t, I". Kansas City. 4 1 11. Dallas. $.".t,r..01. 2. San I'r.iiK i.s o. tl 2 4. TWO DEAD; ONE DYING RESULT OF SHOOTING AFTER PURSE THEFT NKW YOUR, April With two men already dead. Charles Mosler. a Faloonkeeper. lies dying today in the Harlem hospital, the victim of a shooting affray growing out of the iheft of a woman's purse. The dead 'iif Detective Joseph tiuarnieri and William Horgan. a laborer. Moser and the detective had testified before the grand jury against "Pug ft" Morgan, a son of the dead man. jiorgan was "convicted of snatching a woman's purse on this evidence. In rnriated at the indictment of !)is son, :':) elder Horgan secured a revolver. ;wnt to Mosel's place of business and hot him throagh the lungs. Petec lives tiuarnieri and tleorge Haerle :miletl Horgan to. his home in a tlingy ienement house. A" t he y entered Hor ean tired, killing Ciuarnieri. lhterle. : irotet t his own life, shot Horgan fcead. NEWSBOY PRIZE FIGHTER DIES OF HIS INJURIES ATLANTA. 5a.. April Jimmy Pliant, tlie little new sboy-pnze tighter, died this morning ;us a result of his pght with K. .' Fggers of New VorK. Hrant had lingered In a state :o? coma v r since Tuesday night xhen he went 1 rounds of grilling if til- hands ef Fgger. Young Orant nad broken hi hand in the Feeond round, but rather than be called a juitter" he continued the light through the io rounds. Fggers is Heartbroken over the iffair. He h ield under $50tj bond. AHIUVI S IN rKAMT. C.VIJjAIS. France, April ::. Avia- or IMcrre 'f rrler, who is Hying from or.don to Moha' o. arrived here at lock, atsd amitst immediately fe- ijmed hi- Mint. NEW BAMK PL NOTED SUFFRAGIST INTERESTED IN MAY 2 DEMONSTRATIONS i f 1 '.'-'J' ..... . :-4W ! - ' O 'I'-" v . : - ."- . ,1 .- : j . J ; . xci j . . . . ' "';' : -;' ' -. - ::'.-: - V .y , :. v - : 1 ' i v : -. V SHI VJ HediU rIcCbTituc g f 'wn. mm Mrs. Medill McCormick. daughter of the late. .Mark Ilanna and chair man of tho congressional committee of the National Woman's Suffraj? as soriation. is interested in furthering the mmt suffrage demonstration to be held May 2 in each town and city in the United States. D REMIEH ftSOUl TO BE RE-ELECTED Goes to Constituency in East Fife, Scotland, to Make Speeches Asking Return to House of Commons. isv iii:icih:kt TiiMrn:. LONDON, April ikl'remUr Asquith opened lils campaign for re-eleetlon to the house of commons today. The premier went to his constituency In Kast Fife. Scotland, to consult with liberal leaders in that district anil to make political speeches. liefore he departed he told his friends that he was absolutely certain of being returned to parliament, his resignation and re-election having been made necessary when he assum ed the portfolio of secretary of state for war. Three hundred liberals inarched to tho Austis railway station and gave tho departing statesman a tremendous ovation. liands played and men cheered and waved ilags. Irish nationalists Joined in the demonstration, shouting: "Who is saving the home rule bill? Asquith." Mr. Asquith had been warned to take a strong bodyguard with him as many suffragets have gone to Scot land to hecklo the premier on his speaking tours. However, the states man said he thought the police of Kast Fife could handle- the women. Mrs. (deneral) Flora Drummond and other militants declared they would try to break up every meeting at which the premier tries to speak. i:. H. H. Dannis. a unionist mem ber of commons from Oldham. a.ve notice, that ho would move the ap pointment of a national committee to formulate) a plan for the settlement of the home rule and lister questions on the basis of a general devolution. FAILS TO AGREE ON McDERMOTTS SENTENCE FOR LOBBYING ACTIVITY WASHINGTON, April Finding itself still deadlocked as to the pun ishment to be recommended for Kep. McDermott of Illinois, for Ills connec tion with the lobbying operations of the National Association of Manufac turers, the house judiciary committee today decided to postpone further consideration of the subject until Taeda,y. Iy that time Chairman Clayton be lieves the members, may have come to an agreement as to whether Mc Dermott shall merely be censured or whether his expulsion shall be recom mended. BRYAN HAS BAD COLD Secretary of State Ordered to Stay Indoor. WASHINGTON, April 3. Secretary of State Fran was confined to his home here today owing to a bad cold from which he has suffered since Wednesday. Yesterday his voire was quite horase and last night his phy sician ordered him to remain within doors until further orders for fear pneumonia might set in. Secretary Kryan was oblit'd to can cel speaking engagements at Paterson and Fassaie, X. J., this afternoon and to-night. It was stated at his home that it was doubtful when Mr. Uryan would be able to resume his depart mental duties. YOXKHUS. N. Y. Fishing in her husband's pocket. Mrs. Marion lloden stab found a side comb, sued for dl orce and won her case. 7 i v - , -. :,- i . :. i: J N- : ; TXT' A ' CLEVELAND BANKERS PLAN A MAGNIFICENT FEDERAL BANK HOME CLKVELAND. O., April r,. Cleve land bankers and business men suc cessful In their efforts to sret one of the twelve regional banks for Cleveland, today stilted a movement for the con struction of a magnificent federal bank building a a i;axt of the group plan herc.U Is' expected the bank of the fourth district, with a capital stock of $11,621,55. dominating hnancially the fourth wealthiest district in the coun try and employing 1,000 persons, will be housed in a tine building of Its own. The old city hall site will probably Le the location chosen. WANT TO KNOW IF ALL SALOONS HAIE Board of Safety Grows Anxious Big Factories Must Sub mit to Electrical Rules Who Pays Jurors' Reed Bill? Directions to Clerk Josephson to as certain whether all the saloons re ported by the police to exist in the city, have licenses still in existence; orders to City Klectrician It. N. Dickey, to require the large factories like Stude "bakers. Olivers, P.irdselks and lingers, to come under the same rule of elec trical inspection as applies to lesser business places, and to residences; the turning down of a $li.2G feed bill pre sented by City Attorney ieebirt, con tracted to prevent starvation of the recent Walter Sapp jury, during its IPl hours' deliberation; and, approval of the monthly reports of the various de partments, under its jurisdiction, were the principal matters to come before the board of public safety at its meet ing Friday. The report of City Sealer B. H. Mil ler was only for the last half of March he having taken ottice on March 1. It shows 14 places. 18 scales, .10 scale beams ? nd live weights inspected for tho period, with ek'ht scales con demned. It also shows 344 loads weighed on the city scales, $23.30 of the $34.40 charged for the weighing collected. From fees on scales, weights, and measures, inspected, the sealer collected J 12.70. Watching the Theaters. The city electrician reported D9 inspections for March ( and 1: con demnations. Fur "Mort would ir di cate that he Is hot after the theaters, but insp3ctions foi lighting aro far in the lead. The various companies of the city lire department made? a total of ill runs during March, traveling 20 4 1-2 miles, laying ll'.S.'O feet of hose, using 83 gallons of chemical and raising 1.Q2S feet of ladder. Tho property endangered by lire, building and con tents combined, is valued at $r9,600t the loss sustained being $60 on build ings and $2.2 3.".. The cost of main taining the department for the month was $2,063.66. The cost of maintaining the police department was $2,402.31. Tho num ber of arrests were 201, with hoboes accommodated at the lodging house, 0.5. Males arrested were 1S6, females 15. There were 76 suspended sen tences; 2'J jail sentences, IS being paid or stayed, the other caes being still pending, transferred or dismissed. Tho patrol wagon made a total of 131 runs and traveled 3.22 miles. lilg Factor! Not Kxeinpt. President Augustine raised the ques tion of looking out whether all tho saloons have licenses paid up to date, and the matter is to be gone into. Klectrician Dickey raised the question of electrical inspection of the city's big factories, stating that the larger ones have their own electricians, and though operating them without a li cense, apparently presume themselves exempt from regulation un3er the city ordinances. 'lt seems to me that we are interested as a city," said Com missioner Ilibberd, "since 'vp equip the lire department." and on his motion the electrician was told not to admit of any such exemptions. About which time City Attorney Fee blrt came slipping into the room with a bill from some restaurant keeper for three, meals for the jurors who served at the recent trial of Walter .app, for "blind pigging", amounted to $19.36, and suggested that the board pay It out of Its miscellaneous fund. "Ve finance the police department but net the city court," was the quick re tort of the board, which brought out the legal opinion that without a spe cial appropriation from the council, there seemed to be no other fund upon which to draw. The jury was out 36 hours deliber ating upon the iapp ca::e. That long without eating was held impossible with the court ollicials. yet there is no provision made by law for furnishing the me.ils. The city attoi ney suggest ed that it would be just as legitimate for them to pay this bill as to pay for detective service outride the ottieial detectives, but the issue was sidestep lied. It is probable that an ordinance will he prepared and submitted to the council, or if there is a miscellaneous police court fund, an effort may be made to draw the amount from that. BECKER CASE WITNESS IN FEAR OF DEATH NKW YOHK. April 3. Threats of death if he visited District Attorney Whitman's office for the purpose of supplying information to be used at the second trial of ex-Police Lieuten ant Charles Hecker, today forced kapha) 1 Hrownsteen to :usk the dis trict attorney for protection. Hrown steen. known as Brown in the under world, was a former partner of "Uridine." Webber in tj hitter's pool room. "If you want to play safe, sell your business and go to Kurope," the let ter advised. SNOW IX M:V YOHK. INTKRKAKKN. N. Y.. April Four Inches of snow fell here early today and the thermometer dropped 2 1 degrees. J - J 1ERAL VESSEL BEARS BODIES OP 58 G Emergency Preparations Made at St. Johns, N. F., to Care for 37 Survivors Exhausted From Exposure. MENACE OF A SECOND BLIZZARD NOW FEARED No Confirmed Reports From "Southern Cross" and Hopes for 173 in Crew Are Now Abandoned. ST. JOHNS. N. F.. April Bear ing the bodies of 5S seamen of the sealer New Found land, who perished in a sale on tho ioo Hoes of llelle Isle strait, and about C7 survivors, tho funeral frhip Hellaventure, crept toward this port today through fog and rain. Emergency preparations were hur riedly made here to care flnr the frost bitten survivors, some of whom are. in a precarious condition. Thirty bed were prepared iu the general hospital at (Jrenfalls Seamen's institute. The survivors huddled on an ice tield for two days while a territic gale of wind and snow smashed over them. Nearly all were unconscious from exposure when picked up by the crew of the Iiellaventure and were piven first aid treatment as the ship afforded. The dead seamen will probably be hurled Saturday after services have been, held in all tho churches of the city. IVars For Southern (s. Although the sealer Southern Cross with a crew of 173, was reported to liave reached Channel. N. I. there had been no contirmation of this re port in the forenoon and tho gravest fears were felt for her safety. Wireless messages brought word that the steamer Stephanie had found one dead and two living seamen of tho New Foundlan's crew. The Uellaventure reported that an other blizzard if sweeping down frOm tho Labrador banks, following in the fatal storm of Tuesday, and this in creased fears for the Southern Cross and others of tho sealing Ileet which have-not reported. Tho Hellaventure also reported that Capt. Wesley Kean of the New Foundland Is among tno members of the vessel's crew still un accounted for. Suffering1 Intense. Suffering of an intensity that makes death more desirable than life, over took the New Foundland's crew in the ice. floes. The men were caught six dies from the ship when the hur ricane bore down upon the ice field. They were unablo to fight their way back to the ship, which had with drawn from its perilous position for fear of being crushed in the ice. The snow was blinding, the weather far below zero and tho wind so high it nearly tore their clothing from their bodies. Thev were trapped on a treacherous field of ice which threatened to break up at any minute. The wind carried a fresh ice field around the New Foundland but she was able to signal to the Stephano and the Fellaventure and the latter, being equipped with a steel hull, was able to cut her way through the new ice to the New Foundland. There were 1 f troops in the sealer fleet but all were scattered. Messages Con 1 inn Fear. NEW YOHK. April Marine agencies, including Bowring and Co., owners of some of the sealing vessels caught In the gale off the New Found land coast, received telegrams from t John's todav -which heightened fears for the safety of the Southern Cross. One message said that the Southern Cross, with IT:; men on lKard, had not arrived at Channell. X. F., as had been reported, and that her whereabouts is unknown. ISowring and Co. received the following tele gram: "One hundred men of the steamer New- Foundland were caught on the ice in a howling blizzard- Tuesday night. Ships have picked up between 60 and 70 men, frozen to death. Thirty men who survived the blizzard have been picked up by other ships. The New Foundland was not badly damaged." These telegrams indicated that the death list ill be about 70. Tho steamer Bellaventure, which is talcing 6 4 dead bodies to St. Johns, ran into bad weather and dispatches said she might not arrive until Sunday. BILLPOSTER TRUST IS WILLING TO DISSOLVE WITHOUT COURT FIGHT . CHICAGO. April ?. Rather than int court and light the suit brought by the United States under the Sherman anti-trust act. attorneys for the Association of Billposters of the 1. S. and Canada, the "billpos ters trust," today submitted to Fed eral District Attorney Wilkerson a proposition to dissolve under certain condition.. Representatives of the company will confer with the district attorney later to see if the form of the decree cannot be agreed upon. The conditions tinder which the al leged trust would dissolve were not made public. The government in its bill of com plaint against the association which is composed of o,00u members, al leged that it was an arbitrary trust controlling wholly the billposting business. ATLANTIC CITY, X. J.Mrs. Thc?t Darned charged that her husband tied her to a chair and made their daugh ter hurl knives at her. ALE VICTIMS Head of Rebel Movement Goes to Join Gen. Villa 5 t i a i -i , ;i r bmp X': " " ; - I : , ' - . Mis' ft" t - -- 1 f f .y.- i . (len. Venustiano Carranza. head of the Mexican rebels, about to board a train at Juarez to follov.' Villa's advancing forces. Retreating Federals Fall Into Ambuscade of Rebels General Rosalio Hernandez Sends Villa Word to Be Ready to Annihilate Velas co's Defeated Troops. TORREON, "Mexico, April::. The little body of federals that tied from Torreon with Gen. Refusio Velasco - WESTERN RAILROADS TO ASK 10 PER CENT FREIGHT RATE RAISE CHICAGO. April o. Railroads op erating westward from Chicago are planning a united request for a ten per cent advance in freight rates cov ering all commodities handled. The request will be submitted to the in terstate commerce commission when the present hearing on the request' of 11 eastern roads for a live per cent increase has been completed. A traltic official of the SitPaul rail road said today that it .was - probable tho petition for an advance in rates would be hied no matter what the ruling made with regard to eastern advance. It is expected that the Fnion Pacific. Missouri Pacific. Great Northern and Northern Pacilic will also join other iiads operating out of Chicago in the petition. I jUM HERMAN RECOVERS. IS ANGELES, Cal... April Physicians today predicted' that Fred erick Weyerhauser, .millionaire Min nesota lumberman, who has been seriously ill here, would recover. He has been steadily improving and- all danger is now passed, they believe. . LAPP IS A MEMBER OF NEW COMMISSION j: :' m- - John A. Lapp is one of the mern bfers of the new commission on voca tional education appointed by Pres. "Wilson to study the subject in all Its phases. Tie is a director of the bu reau of legislative inforniationin In dianapolis, Ind. i -.rj- f . . ; - - V -: ? , when Gen. Villa's rebels captured the city has been trapped. A courier from the south reported to Villa this afternoon that the fed erals lied into an 'ambuscade prepar ed for them by Gen. Rosalie Hernan dez, southeast of Canon le La Gaur ache where the government troops made their last desperate stand. Gen. Hernandez sent word to Villa that he would attempt to drive the federals back toward Torreon and for Villa to be prepared to annihilate them. Gen. -Villa has sent continual urgent requests to Chihuahua CUy and Juraez for 'medical, supplies and doctors. Hundreds of 'wounded ' soldier are dying from. lack, of medical attention.. The exact number of men - with Vehuvco is 'not 'known biit more fed erals escaped than Villa first supposed. Gen.- Yelasco was attempting to make his way. to Saltillo when he ran into Gen. Fernandez's troops. Con treras division of the rebels army was sent in pursuit of .the fugitives. Compliment Troop. Villa issued a proclamation to his troops today complimenting them -on their bravery. J'ederal captives, who are kept at work burying the dead, repairing the railroad tracks and strinslnp tk-prajih wires, tell horrible stories of the battle in the town. When the federal officers saw the day going against them they walked through the hospitals with revolvers in their liands compelling the wound ed to crawl to the firing line and help defend the city. Tlu.se who were too badly wounded to comply were shot. MEXICO CITV. April A tierce battle is in progress nearSan -Pedro, in southern Coahuila. according to a ties patch received by the war depart ment today. (Jen. He Mourse. who was sent to the relief of Gen. Velaseo in Torreon. encountered a heavy body of rebels and was' driving them back when the rebel received heavy rein forcements. The troops under Gen. Maas. which were sent to reinforce the federal army at Torreon have been surrounded' 7." ' miles east of Torreon' and may be cut to pieces. The war oflice would not admit that Torreon has been captured . by Gen. Villa, but private advices declare that the rebels won a sweeping victory. MANY RELIVEI MASSACRED. GOMEZ PA LACIO. State of Dur ango. Mexico. April 3. More than 50;"1 federal prisoners are believed to have been massacred" by Gen. Villa's rebel army after the fall of Torreon. The lives of the Mexican regulars were spared but the volunteers" who for merly fought in the Madern revolu tion and then went over to Huerta were executed without trial. The streets about the Cuaratel in Torreon ran red with blood -and soldiers were held-in readiness to supplant their fal lows in the firing squad when the lat ter became exhausted. Villa purposely withheld news of the'eapture of the city to prevent his actions from being restricted through order from his superior. Gen. Car ranza. VERA CRFZ. April 2. Rebel made an attack upon the federal out posts north of Tampion early today. A wireless message received hcrv said that the Mexican gunboat took part in the battle, throwing shells Into the rebel ranks. A heavy rebel force is gathering north and west of Tampico. - $ VILLA. VICTORIOUS ATTORHEOM. WILL PRESS SOWS UL Rebel General. Without Givinc Exhausted Troops Time tc Rest, Sends Army on to Sal tillo and Monterey. FEDERALS LOSE 12,0DQ IN ELEVEN DAY FIGHT Captured City Now Place of Ruins and Horror, Thousands Crying for Food and Brawl Over Loot. Jl'AEEZ. Mexh-o. Apnl Without giving his tired soldiers t:m- to rM after the terriile 11 days' battle whi. ;i resulted in the capture ot' Torn on. Gen. Eraneisco Villa, commander it chief of the rebel forces, today urd red an immediate adanr against Saltillo and Monterey, two tho cities still h id by the federals in northe.-istern Mex ico. Even before Gen. Villa w irel n v. of the capture of Torreon Gen. Carranza. the rebel president, he b.. l begun sending troops eastward to ward the two federal stronghold . According to dispatches y . i ed here from the rebel front, the entire army of Gen. Velasco, federal com mander of Torreon. was wined on', save a few hundred who escaped with Velasco during the darkness. Here's Ollicial Word. In his oflielal telegram repoitii.g the fall of Torreon. Villa says: "I have the honor to announce that after 1 I days of severe lighting the constitutionalists' army which I hae the honor to command is Eriday in undisturbed possession of Torreon. the last remnant of the federal army having taken Ilight Thursday aft r noon. I regret to say that Gei . Velasco has escaped with an oi t of a few men. but is being pursued by our cavalry. My losses will num ber 1.300 wounded and 50 0 dead. "The federal loss in killed, wound ed and prisoners is fully 1-.000.'" A few minutes lat r this message was received: "I recret to announce that mnon;' the wounded were Gen. Pablo Robb s and Gen. Calixto Contreras. Our Ins in killed Is fiti f. I congratulate and salute you with the respect and es teem that I always have had for you. (Signed). Your subordinate. Gen. Erancisco Villa, commander in chief." Invest Two .More t itle-. Gen. Tomas Urbina and Gen. .Mun clovia II err era, who were sent east ward for Torreon to inter, ept fedeial reinforcements, were ordered to con tinue their march and invest SaPiilo. They have about C.rn0 men. Gen. Pablo Gonzales is leading a constitutionalist force against Monter ey and it is certain that the next great battle in northern Mevieo will be fought around these two important cities. Torreon is a city of ruin-; and h.r rer. The buildings have been wrecked by shells and r.ro and the .-m ts ar full of dead. After securing control of the ei'y the rebel soldbTS Were iven ir dot!; of absolute license. .Many were ravin maniacs from their long i--il on the bring line, loss of ste.-p and the ex treme excitement of battle. Fa loons were broken open and lotted and a massacre of federal prisoners follow ed. In brawls o.-r loot many reh.d were shot by their companions. Man1' of the rebel troops were so drunk th'-v fell over the dead bodies and slept f- r hours.. The railroad line is being prepared and telegraph wins are J.eiti-g '!nl? eat of Torreon. The irrigation ditehe in the lields between Torre., and Gomez Pako io are beinc nub- 1 as burial trendies. Hundred- "f bodies, ton badly decompose P carried, were burned. Tliou-ands Cry 1W EnoJ. As soon as Torreon tell tl.ous ttid -of camp followers, men. women and children, poured into the bla-t 1 .':' crving for food. Villa order 1 th.it they be fed. after his own troop- h.-.d Keen supplied. The eon: inis-ary d partment was s.;..n e.bnustd ar.d troops were sent to raid the peighbi -lng i-anches. Among the rel el d- ad are Col. Arteb j... a m-mber of tb staff of Gen. (.'ho t. military ;ro. in." of Chihiiahua. He was in this i " when the lattle b'-gin at Torr-or: begged to be allowed to go T t1:" froi;t. He left Mond-y r.ight and b-i-l been on the bring lir.e b tb n .n hour when a shrapnel shell evph-ied and his body was torn n-.tr 1 in two. Cananza Lamlcd. There, was wild rejoicing in .In ire Eridav. A j.arade wa hell and ''t- ranza" was- wildly cheered ' i:e:-w . -he appeared in pubib-. "It '-vas a glorious a 'hie : said Carranz;L. 'i honor i too for that chivalrous knight of l:heTr. Gen. Villa. Our nrrnN-s an !m frfl'n--just as our cause is irreoro i bat-.--Mexico Citv is n-ar. r than ever be fore." Heavy shipments of ; rvw at; 1 ammunition was sent southward fr.i:: here. ST-Xni'RY. P ;. - I' he rented would r. d a " av on settit1.? James II. Snyder sa 1 Phil ip PradforJ. owr.-r .f the fowl. f. r the rental and receiwd a u.lgment cf fifty eeals.