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LA - I r V, A FTERNOON EDITION VOL. XXXVI, NO. 95. PHILIPPINE SETTLEMENT OF JAPANESE Fear Influence of the Power if U. S. Pro tection is Removed From Islands Government is Stable. '. r I nil. .i I'n si ' WASHINGTON, April 5. The iiur up as the Jeterminini: factor lor the Philippine and other American insular possessions, otli-j cials and legislators indicated today. ; With a concerted drive in prospect to gain statehood or a great-; er decree of independence tr the possessions in t lie 06th con-: yje, the trend ot thought on the . . . "Whether Piest ibon will Pi s t W ll0!l will r- ruin in i ri'- nd i- of the Philip pines will !! in! nli.it gum ;tnt ' of pi ! t ion against foreign IK I ea diluent au be given it1 a I at of tin- j.ii c i 1 1 1' i -1 1 1 e .nn! th1. ! i r 1 1 of nations." military dheia 1 s ml imat. 1 a s-oe i a I e 1 1 with the Philippiri i ä : i 1 1 1 . ' I trust tin- new' order of things under th league of nations iMiinuii will permit the speedv assumption f self-rule by ihv islands. They lo not vis!i to. become a t nl ('iura." -Son. I fit -heu. k. "Th- people aluais haie li.nl no idea other than to giant the inland." : ride pendente but the time for this -trp i.mnot 5 .o forecast hy air.' .'iH'.' lb-p. Moiidcll. -late! to bu lepub liian leader in the nmt congress-. mcs t langor. .la'an had no Irsigns or. tin Philippines except to extend her i hihihi n o. The Japanese military pasty locnol it- thath blow at tin i.;.-t election. "'--Manuel Juczon. head "ftlo Filipino mission hre. a-Uiii.u , II i tf p 1 1 1 1 C II' Th i-lanihi- pi-opo-o to oft'-ot th" I .. -il.i'.Uy of Jai'aiH.-c ap:i:fr.--lon. It was Itario-il to.ia.v. hy Mihmitttn. if ti'.Tr.vsiry. to a !iiuitvl Anuri-an prntrrtiir.it' uinlor an rxten-ion f t'ir ..prn-iloor-in- 'hina policy, w hich 1 1 . t n i ' " i of the inK-ion said w oul-1 u;ic aiuph" prot'ction from danitcr of ft rr inn thrrat-. Amriitan oxernnunt otficials i hiirxnl with mj p-i vi.-ioii of 1'ili pino aHaii - aic conii'lrnt the prrs- n ini'i'üimii! i-i MaMc and could ptiatr itinMit American siipcrvi- ion l!it aif no! miic it cou'd re- l!;r iiiMi;nr- f streng powers hi .i ! u KiUlit y-'-rk to ne th stratejn of the hl.nnls fm their "N I Announce Threat to Withdraw. PieVt Vil.on for this reason, is! Jtaiian agents furnishc' a diver . .r fr.i to encounter stubborn re- j iun t(, tUe vUii routine yesterday ). r.!i.ai oppiKiti.m at the outset ifjhy scampering over Paris and mak lir mor5 in tin- lne tion uf Pili- j,", sljrt. t,at everybody knew the pino imh i" -n-lf-m . J Italian delegation would go home IV.tr Japan. Th' argument that Japan is -,1111!:' lo hrf c the ilanls the mo iii' i Ani.'i i. ,i witlnlraws. will le l de-!!! .inv arrangement i . ! i- i r r i ; f ci ; i ' ma make t t ri !l is n i iii'li-ated toIay. i'.;-!;- .in I !ong cliargo! ! t : .f.ij.,i ! h;- vitrKrd under color' ; !t ! . ' ttic eontro! of the : i- Ikmc nm!, them with hci Ii II .U'i'Ül Pfr-'l Wibon. hnv'rv. hy his in-; s. -;i:( t.p th- piinriplr tf --e!f-le- j '. I ! ( . i '..it i ; . h.i-i iiünM'il the hoj ' f Tlie l'iiipii'o i j . 1 -" tn ; hiih: !;!'' an' h.i roii milted himself nn i h' 'h.coi . f t! ir freedom. U ,Tl:e i'f -If-detrmin.ition ! p'e.T -r th- .lelexition froi:i th li ! -r,:no legi-ve in Washington ', would s em to rctjuit ;i : i i: i.i ! i . ;u:iin 'n The part of ihi- i:o t !i iueti! . This ,is proin i'd .i L'ci'i i.il .y !y Sei '- I ..V A ' 1 t : i Ple- t o tl.e del WiN.ui in !ii nation cMi-r- . ! !i'!h ine -an-fiil. hieier .1 .Hi I'.lt com m it for i: t. a- tdi.it- ind i't l 1 rve and left r-tiou i'i h tii, iitetical st. Ufr l i'lMlliO I -v-iOll Mill tour tlu nivl n ike speeches m !. its indrprnderce. ' ' 111 ONE DEAD. THREE HURT. IN AUTOMOBILE WRECK v. t iiifd Pr.-s: MNP'V:. M "r-cl;a Mullen, t roit. 'v a-- d. ad ThtOTia- C'X i!. ich.. April ... Mis 2 : M.trs old. Fe- herc today 1 ." i .i rs o'd. i m a I Jiospital. btlo'iid linc. follow ing i have been enthusiastic oier r a utomo1 :b- at'idnt mar hf re i cha.ngel affairs anl as soon as the late last n:kht. j ire breaks up the holsheiiki will Tb automobile, with four per-1 have to move fast to beat the Amor, i.iii-'. skidd d eft' the road nt TVad ! ican forces to the sea. Two compa '.Jan's curve and went into the ditch. ! nies of American engineers are now h a y fog id-sr-ir d the turn. j enroute to Archangel to repair the Th- o'her tno w ri also injured i railw ai s and facilitate the troops' "it not s no :sjy, withdrawal. DAY AND NICHT FULL LEASED WIRE TELEUltAl'UIC SKIIVICK. o a Japanese "bugaboo" is loom-' in the question ot independence subject was shown us follows: MEETS ILSI HOME fJflR SICK Decide Delegations Should Turn in Complete Treaty Subjects to Committee. nv rui:i ,s. i i:ii(;isov. I'.y I nlt'il rn."i: ' I'AKIfc. April The "his four"! resumed ita sessions today in a room! adjoining that occupie d hy Pros't ! V'iIson in the ITarii "w hit house." i The in?sideit who is .suffering i from a severe cold, was .-till con lined to his bed hy Hear Admiral (.Iraystm's orders. 'ol. House repre-, sentetl him tn the "his: four" which h Id its meeting in the president's' reside ncr in the interests of eco nomy of time. His colleague's the-j ory was that if any points came up ; on w hich his advice was needed, h ; ?ould he easily consulted. . A new resolution adopted hy the "hi four" became effective today. Thi provides that all delegations' shall turn in completed subjects in-J trnded f"r incorporation in thei peacr treaty to the central com-; i mittt. Premier ( 'lemencea 11 in i n i ..t ...l ri-nn..ii i. f.ii.' tiii i ! course which the others already had , t-mbraerd. .-o that the framework f ! ! the treaty shall he constautly un- i der construction. ! Mimday unless they got Finnic. This fact compels the statement that the Italians were the only ones excited by the announcement. It is also a fact that the b le gates have hen thoroughly im pressed with the id-a that Italy must have Fiume, the alternatives named miiKin? from iverthrow. of th Orlando government to outright revolution. It can he stated on hijrh authority, however, that no one in a real po sition to speak ever told the "hig ten." the "Hr four" or any other hdy of delegates that the Italians would withdraw from the confer ence. In the past it has been point ed out that Italy is hardly In a ! siioieiontly independent economic i and hnaneial condition to withdraw I and that such a cour-f Jouid searec ! ly 1 reLTardetl as politic. There is no doubt the Italians' I regard the Fiume question very ser ; iou-dv. TIipv emphasize the fact that j. ..;- of the cit"s C0.P00 Inlnbl-1 t.uils are Italians. They also ret "'.Imj i to negotiate in any nay with the J Liiro-Slai s rt-j;:rling them as v ueaiii s. No News From Ilu-ia. An. tri. an military authorities h.ne no otticial information con i ruins the situation in the Ar- chaug 1 region. American troops in under British com- that sector arc j maud. I Americans here communicated i with British military officials' but were told that no one knew tho ! source of a tory published of im pending disaster in northern Ii us n md'Sia. They are in estigating. (.ttii ers of the American army OUTH FREEDOM UP l; . .'aJ'v'uüjÄÄ .-.Ag-JHc.'.-.. X- sy.s31 i ' . - - 1 " COL.AVE.P.7 5 BBlG.GOtW.CRlVEfcS 1 o o Brigadier General John 15. HcDonaJd. commander ot Uie ISlst lnfaotry. of the Ninety-first tMidwesti division, was in charge of the 3,001 soldiers who arrived on board the Orizaba, docking in lloboken. including 20 officers aud 1.379 men of the 3Gitb Infantry. IS officers and 849 men of the 348tb machine gun battalion. 21 officers and 46V men ot the 36lst hifantry and brigade headquarters of the 181st brigade. Another deco rated officer on the Orizaba was Colonel A. O. Cirumingj. woo was in charge of the deuebment of the 36lst . . Infantry on Doara. ue went out ru ail the other officers bad been put the advance. Ue was awarded the nlh th rank of coioncL SRYS PRISONERS GET GOOD CÄ Horrors of Capture by Bol shevik! Overdrawn, Says Steffens, Investigator. I'.y I'nit.d Press: i PARIS. April .". Lincoln Steffens, i 'writer and personal investigator, who i recently the United Press today that .ome American soldiers captuml hy the h(dhcviki informe! him they were "hetter off than tho. not yet cap- j tured." j "I do not belieie the capture of American or Pritish soldiers mean the untold horrors that have been hinted at," said Steffens. "I saw several American prisoners on the Archangel front when I was; in Moscow week before last. I as.kcl them how they were being treated ami they sahl they had no complaint. I talked with them privately, which was easy, since they have the full i freedom of the city, being required only to return to their barracks by v p. m. "Tiny sahl they had not received enough food, but that they got as much as their guards ot, and when the guards got an extra allowance they likewise yot more to eat. Some of them said, We are better off than the fellows who have not t been captured.' " STEEPLEJACK DIES I N FALL FROM WORK ON EIGHTEENTH FLOOR P-r t'ulti-1 Pres?: !M;T1:oIT, Mich.. April .". Hibtav Polly. years old, a steeplejack, plunged IS stories to his death here iast evening. When Polly failed to appear for dinner his chum became alarmel and instituted a search. The Nteeple 'ack's crushed body was found in the basement of the building, where he bad been paintinc an inner chute at the ISth floor. GERMAN FORCES BATTLE JUGO-SLAVS P.v Fnited rrft: VFVAV. Switzerland, April 4. (leluyei) A dispatch from Iii bach today reportel that Merman troops had attacked Jugo-Slav forces on tho "north front." Infantry and machine gunners were sain ui naif- parncipaiea in the attack, which resulted in many casualties ' BEND SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, Western Me:: Glad to Get ' J"' ' " "' "" " " "' ' D.CUMM1MG5. I .LtCOL'.J. W.E.TAYLO I B5LK3.Gcft.JOH & McDONALD GttOUP-Officers of Base. Ucxspitai. i i . i. i n, . secona in commauu o. iuai il-0iuicuu .iuu iU i. -ju wtauc.- bors de combat wanizwMhe troops and Plto Distinguished Service Cross and promoted to the commiad of the regiment. ONLY WORKERS TO BE 'GIVEN VOTE BY SOVIET RULE I'.y I n i ted Pren: IU'l)APi:sT. April 1. (T)c laycil) T1h soviet vcrnnicnt today proinulatcl a new elec toral, jrivhi all workers of !xth sees oi er the afre of IS, the rlht to lote. The law al-o deprives employ cts. merchants, clergymen, monks and ersoni living on incomes, f the franchise. All lxiildimr materials have been MicI hy the :oieriimcnt. insurance companies luiie Ni'ii MHialiMi! and the univcrstitles are Indn reoranlcd. PD G IS R ENTIRE WEEK Chamber of Commerce Hold Luncheon Every Noon During Drive. to .mpi if pn-Ki.iiH no tue u.ii... for the daily noonday luncheon meetings of tho Chamber f Commerce for the en- j tiie week, beginning Monday, as an a ill in the membership campai-n, I starting on that day, were announced I Saturday by K. Is. F.urch, as to the president. tant The Mondav luncheon meeting will i be held at the Chamber of Com- ! merce. when the membership driiejPLJ NEW CO P1 M U N IT Y win lip lormaiiy openou. oi. i u. Holp of Chicago has been secured as the principal speaker, and his ad- dress will be. "(et Together. Mni. i Vour t pportunitv Is Here." Utv. J. i. oi ..,.. fhr. i.iw.!r, J1 t lit 4ill III unc liiV IMV ' -. Oil.. ( i 1. , 1 musical program fm- tlie Mondai ,1" meeting, including selections on the accordion by Miss Victoria Good win and selections by the orpheuni theater orchestra. r. P. FuCom'' win aci as loasi niasnT- ineie o he community sinu'in-. led by Fairy Sea nlon. The Tuesday lunelion meeting w ill be at the diver hotel, as will the i others followim:. The invocation will be by Rev. Rodney McQuarry. pastor of th First Christian church. Harry II. Merrick of Chicago, president of the Chica-o Commerce association. will deliver the principal address. J Announcement will be made captains of the larious tanis by th, of the subscriptions obtained. The musical program for Tuesday will 'comprise community singing, Miss Ra Cohen in "up to the minute songs." and se lections bv the r-sa!!e Theater chestra. Miles W. O'Brien will act I (CONTINTKD ON PAGi: SFVFN) .NEW SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. C. c -o o- Home 3 12 Chicago n .1 1, ....,... n ' ...K.n SEE OBSTACLE IN PRICE SE' G in TO PrOSeCUtlOn Of "TrUStS" Mayiyou to emigrate have .Usappeared. be Obstructed by Board's Present System. by United Press: wasiiix;t .. pril . 1 ear that the industrial hoard s price price (agreements prove an obstacle to gov I eminent prosecution of "trusts" may cause a radical change in plans for lowering prices, it was learned of- i lieially today. ! A direct ruling on the point from Atty. Gen. Palmer may be a decid - ing factor in the dispute between the I railroad administration and the in dustrial board, which has caused a serious breach in the president's cabinet. 1 It is believed that Palmer may de- I 1 IUI- llie 'l t-M!U WIJIIWII vj l me- 111- cid .1... ....... ...n.- I. 1 .. I. . . f . 1 . . . 1 . iustrial lioard violates the anti trust laws. Tlm r rr.. t . b. it t it i j b.lb-Vfl m n v ! t lecHle on a "ham's otl policy in .. . .--. . . . .. hands otl policy in the sm,.,ddn . w ill msI: that it ho vet- -Jed without lirectioi from him. Efforts will be made to reach somu sort of a working agreement at a confidence of the board and repre- sentatives of the railroad adminis- trations scheduled fr this afternoon. One result may be the reopening of the price of deel rails. CENTER FOR DETROIT J,J 1 ,mh i rrss . lii'T )nlT it I. 4 .. ; 1 r """'. .w,,.. ,M.,w -v immunity center, with, its prin- nur. 1 f i.i t M io -r iiiiifti 'i ri-irtnioiit .','4'" Ii u f. ll I i: 1 I k4hi wr'li 111. ' bniblttic flii'ibl.- .tilv- f.. ni:irri.-.il i building eligible nnlv - , . . .., , ', eouideu i i t h ehiblr r iill b. enri. istructed he,-., within five minutes of , ithe lart of the business district, i . lit was announced today by Rev. i j John Ci. Benson. Wesb-y Methodist t..i,.. r- -t-....i 1 1 . i, .i ; church. Fpwards of JibMt.Oi'oi will be dent on the project. I r. Benson said. A : tiant th at he has net a m. ran i irien.i triangular piece of ground sur-! a suit of clothes that not .".o senators rounding the church, now occupied j will vote against the per.ee treaty and by old buildings, wi',1 lie purchased, j the lea gue of nations. The structures will he razed and: Iti attributes nre.it importance new shops constructed around the 'to the fact that former Atty. Gen. I apartment house. The roof will be equipped as a playground. I l'r I'nlfed Pres.?: MIBWAFKKi:. Wi: -Th s U g g e s - tion, "Say it with ilowevs." wr-ke." the marital life of Joseph anI Bar bara Murarik. He tatel in his di or-!v",:' l'Pt"lwl nricj m.wrr poi.- 111 mn- 1 tuuri W,M n,'0"': w hether the range 1 etween the two shall be increased. TIMES ä A NEWS PA IT R I'OU THr. HOME HUH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. LEA G UE BELA KUN m First Authentic Interview With New Foreign Minister Includes Invitation. Ktiitoi's Noto: Follow inr is the lirst anthent i- interview with Hcla Kui'i. foreign niini-tcr of JLunary aiui rt-partlt-tl a . virtual dictator of th- new s;u -ernnient of that country. 11 is unoflicially rewrtMl to Im in Munich now. where he said to ! he ananin an alliance of the Hungarian and Iaarian so- j lifts. ! n FDv.Hi uiNfj. ( Copyright 1 'J 1 !. I'.y l'nited Pres : I TU DA PK ST. April 1 . ( Delayed , The new Hungarian soviet gov ! eminent through l'orrign Ministrr Iiela. Kim, today issued an inviia- ', tion to Hungarians in America to I return and enjoy the fruits of the , communistic revolution. He said i they would find here a ' socialistic ; fatherland." IW'la Kun also declared that Hun gary wants peace with the world and w ll tight to maintain it. "Oil' foroiir-i nnlirv w nun nt I foreign policy said the forei i v, T . . , ,laVf (lonp a.vny -'imporiaiism. ! we shall not how to it npain. "(Mir internal polii-y is the basis j for our foreign policy, which re-; lies entirely upon intcrnathinal soli- 1 darity of the working classes. ! Friendly to America. "We have th frb-ndlhst feeling j toward all nation?, especially Amrr- j iea. which is showins th mot im- 1 partial and just attitude toward fvry country. To tho Hungarians liviiig in America. I send this mes sage through tho United Press: I You will find here a socialists fath- e. land. offering a liome to worker., i while the old Hungary had a horn fr no workers.' "We have the warmest feeling for i . . -. . i . : . . . . , . 1 . mo -,erman pro.ci.inai. " ' t taught us th theory we have put. i in practice. Nothing binds us toi : kussui exceju iu l,u 1 solidarity of the working classes. "I Mneerely hope all pending nnestions wnn tio euiuue in o- settled peaceably. Put if the allies i - i entertain a spirit HKe mat oi me sword the population will rise in urmw hist as the Americans 111 in i Washington's time. ' Workman Fnjoy !YoMloin. "Kvery workingman in Hungary now enjoys the greatest freedom. There is no exploitation of men by men. You ask whether establish ment of our system may not bo in- . . 1 : : t . . ........ i terpre eu as a ponm-ai in.tneuwi against the allies. I reply we were I workup tor tins system ion:r oeioie : the allies start'd their maneuvers j against us. I "On- program provides f r mono- It v . 1 1. . i i.ii 1 1 . 1 1 i ..... - , . r . . . . , mo si ut'. i im ein a i hui.i j i . u i- trade; the exchange of poods on a I eoniponationaI basis. ; "Tha misery in Russia has de liberately In en greatly exaggerated. I Od. Robins of the American army. t whom I met there can corroborate i this. F.ela Kun formerly was an aido to Leon Trotsky). "We will try soon to send our representatives to all foreign gov ernments ineludinir the alli-"." LANE BETS SUIT THAT LEAGUE WILL PASS U. S. SENATE P T- t - pr, 1 n " 1 ' ' WASHINGTON, April s'ee'y IrreriorLane believe the l-arm "f nations will i-rins him a m-w- : i'1 ,n- '"ll- He la so connneni t nai o-,. iuiscsi 'rouibl robin." signed by -nators. will feil to defeat the league cove- Wickersham went to Paris an op- ponent of the league and came back a strong supporter. CIVIC WEEK Display Your Flag WM' TO COME BACK HOME n i x Oil I V P , ;rui nLonuL'LUi ; 7 i t j Return German Colonies or Deduct I Value From Indemnity, Insists Hun Foreign P.r T"nitp,i Pros: COBLENZ, April A. Information 'Aas said to he in the p--! session of American army oiiicials that Foreign Minister Brock I viortf-Kantzau proposes to insist on the following principles tor German : A negotiated peace. Union of Germany with Austria. Admission of Germany to the league of nations on the basis or equaliiy. Return of the German colonies or their value deducted from the. indemnities. A referendum for Alsace-Lorraine. It was also reported that there is less opposition in Germany ; iviii up Danzig, the Saar basin, upper Silesia. Malmedy and North Schleswig. LATE NEWS FROM OVER THE WORLD PROCLAIM HI'ITBLIO. I'.y l'iiitc Prrfs : KIW Mathias Iz.hcrirer of I hi1 Cicrnian arinitiv conmiission. today I rct-UeHl a wlrclos nicsasi" an- i nounciii jinx -la ina tion of a soviet I republic in Munich. pni:sii)i:NT ju:iTi:n. I'.y Uiiifd Pr- : PARIS An otbcinl statement is. simsI at nM)ii said that IT's't Wll son wa "a little ln-ttcr" tlifs niorn lug. SOVIFT MINISTFi: QFITS. by I'nitfil Pros.: nFIAPI".ST .losef Pohania. min- itcr of war in the Hungarian so iot government, has it-signed. .of(t: aii: Fonn:. ! P.r rnite.l Prfs : WASIII;T()X Twenty-one ; acfo suadrons will lie retained as the n.ihig iirm of America's x-at army. the war deiwirt meiit an- - - - iioiincinl todav. ' ix- kills siix)i:s. bv rnited Press ; ,-:v WJ:sT rla.Tlin,. or four j an .,.,, u, haV(. nlx killed at l::H o'clock today as thej r-iilt of an -iphioii on lxan! lb submarine cha.-cr o. H0.". DESERTED 22 YEARS AGO, GETS DECREE j After being in the bonds of mar i riage for the past "." yearn and be- : I ing separat! from her hus!i.ind for ' ; th past L' years. Hattie pobinson uas set fre Friday afternoon when Judge ". K. Montgomery .of th sujterior eo'irt granted Ii r a divor from William 1. P'binson. The couple wer married in . .waren, iim. ani iieo irmeiner un til th fal: of l::, shen the hn-i- j band deserted her, according to thj complaint made by the wife. Sh also said that since that time he 1 has failed to support her. Charcrini; that h'-r husband aban loneil her ju.-t thr- months after I thir marriage. Josephine l'ox tibd I suit in superior court i divorce from (leorge Fox. They j wr married in June. FM. ar.d ' s iarated in S jit nib r. Fl". TANK NOT HERE YET Othi-ials of th St. Josi'ph eoun- J j:r frdt-! I'n-a: tv "ict"rv loan committee are s'ib ' MARISSA. 111 looking for the "whippet" tank that. tor. truck !ri r was to hue arrived h re I-'rblai j t am nv n r. arg;; morning from Chiea-o to aid in j r, j,;- th- town ' reatieg inf-rest in th baii -am- . Mri'ujily's hoi.-,, paign. It had not arrhed up to noon j Saturday, although it wa.s shipped by the way "f t!i Nw Yrk ("hi tra! April I. Th tank, when it arriv?. w:!l be demonstrat d through th streets of South Bend and Mish.awaka. ThQ two men sent here to have charge of the tank are awaiting It? arrival MOUNT CLEMENS TO BE SCENE OF FORD SUIT i The '. P.v Fidt' il Pre-- . . LANSING. Mich.. Apr.l :lenry Ford-Chicago Tribune million j dollar libel suit will be held in' Mount i'b mens beginning May 1 following the refusal nt the Mich igan s'spr"ine o'jrt to order th-1 chai;g f ni" grant-'! the Tri- "une vaatei- Indiana 'loidy Töricht .ir,d S'.r, . day probably rain, v .irvi. to ea.t and smth ;'r;i,:i. irnw Jnt coldor Sund iv north ar.1 central pOt t iT.. PRICE THREE CENTS 00AIEl fiOlM Minister. MEXICO GANGELS BIG LAND GRANT Concession Made Forty Years Ago by Diaz is Withdrawn. Tn fillet FOrPlfinPr j MLWIUO CITV. April On at -! count of failure to f nmply with tii" jorigir.nl t-tipul.itio!i. th gu!u- ment today anno-m-ed ri ne.l 1 1 1. t j of the conce.-si.tn to tli aiiforu;a j Mexican Fand Ct. f Los Anc!--. (The concession granted the pany latuls in Ir C.liforn; ,-- gregating 1 ' . .".", '., a c if s n i : northw 'sti rn portion of thi-- tut. tory, la-twecn the L' : t i i an-1 .:Jn I parahlN. A larg poition el la t - in th- 1 1. ': projierty was in the delta of the orado river and th- extension of the Imp rial alley of California The trat was granted to Andrade, Mexican, I'.v Prist Pu, upward of 4f' -.ears atro. under th stipulation that the land would coloniz al by the settlement of i certain number f families an nually. This aei t em nt was m v " carried out. tlu government ,. tends and the land was b v.ti t' rattle and other liesto-k. A met -ieaie lnt4reMiI. Shortly before the Mad'io re. lution tlie tract pas-d into conti.' of the company in which the jate j (J. Oti- f the r.os Anuele, Turn -and his associates were ine-este.. it is declared. S'lbseqiientlV'. the 2 01'-r n 111 n avrrs. a portion of th lands was ;i riate-l and improd on a lar-.-.-scale, without bejntr eo!oniz-d. Tl:- uov riinu r,t h-Harnl th-e imj"tro ments will b apprais-! and tt . t mipaiiy ;tdt 'inatel omyt r. s-ati b biit the l.il.ds liiUs, i Vilt to fi: ' Mexican nati 'ti. It i- j.la nn ') to b';;'i a ! ' ! niii7..iliiiii ii.ini-(I:.itf li'. other extensi; . cran:- to for rs covering the !.-;lk of the pe--;i-' sula of I.v. r 'a'i i f ore. i.i --.- rar- j l!'.l 'e. yr iT agi "H tip -a:. ' j ground as that t;i-n iri the pre --, ' insfaiv e. The irovf rnn.nt an ; nouririd that -:r:d-r the Trr:.s (., i . . .... ..... SAYS Friday for!1'" r--.1.. - .... i. .--m I iaPal b'is- -eeri r will re -r:i!;ici ! foreigners. Telegraph Briefs -While - ,-,r lb I-- a l W. A P-ggs h v. . I 1 ' a I if ST IX' ITS, w ontiers !;o go aiiav v. :t)'. Mo !Vt: Th-.--,. S:r Walt.-t l:.'":. it. Peter ?.: f- - tipping his Pat : r: d helpirtg a w ora -ap. ;: a flight of step-, y;-,, pro, r to r e policewoman H h ". h-n pet. put hi- ;-rm arur: 1 her wai-v ST PA I'F. about hold-up Minn "F .'1 Tr-,- ! f e a r . : : w a ! . t to s ;orge , ho'A s done. aid Mr- Rugg. 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