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AFTERNOON EDITION ATTmiT Indiana: iifr,'rn;,v :a:r fair trr.:?ht an-1 Tu'sdi'. Mrmer Tu iv -.--- uu jljjl tral arid rcr'h portions Iixvrr Mic higan: Par wet, showers IT. ! . n rast portion tor.-; Tit. 7t riot; !y, sllcht'.y uarrirr. VOL. XXXVI, NO. 230. DAY AND NIGHT KT" T.I. I.nAT.n wnu: Ti:Lr.ou.r:iic snuvici:. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1919. A NEWSPAPER TOR THE IKME WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. PRICE THREE CENTS r1" ' i ' iv I f Um1 BEND NEWS-TIMES W L A A "V. 7 GOTHAMWALK: TO DUTIES Ii1) SOAKING RAIN With Interborough Employes on Strike, Crowds Fight for Vehicles. P.v Tr.ped Press; NLW VdliK, Au sr. IS. Koller k.ilcs and limousines, motor vans j and horse drawn buggie.-. youn . !r and edd.-r ones, unusd to pe-j destri ini.mi al! wer requisitioned today to transport New York's two j million workers to their posts of1 dut. An.l on all alike p Ited aj !p;(ly, foakin? rain. j At daylight th" bedraggled thnu-j sands who depend on the strike boij.-.d e-Uvated and subway lines be-I gan their descent on the business; districts. Ry 7 o'clock the surface j lines were swamped and Their cars! crfpt down Manhattan island with"( dripping dusters of humanity cling- j ing on platforms and frndrrs. I I'llit for Uuv's. j I'if'li av. hu?s :-. th'ir Tops mush-j r.,m d with emhrrllas. rumhh'd past .ptorniinfl crow.ls that sprint-. r l in tlu'ir u.ilu's to tislit for .-tand- intr f'om on stops. Trucks on which' people were so tiKhtly jammed that rope were loopp.i at opt n rear ends rollctl In endless pro ( sslon on the . downtown streets. Taxicahs, evercis- : Ir.K traditional piracy privileges, picked np ho suprdicatin.u' fares : that waved the l?rft hills. i L'x'ra trains on suburban lines stood in" Ion it lines beyemd the term-1 it-als avaitintr their turn to come tip! and unload th"ir crowd". Kntrar.cv ' to stations on the P.rool;ln s.ii.va. Uio only operating un d-rt;i und , tratli'- artr-ry or. Manhattan, were; Mof k"d by pusiiMi moVis that w-re !ept n restraint by poller. ! i hartes t'idinsion. M ivor llvlan, who h.is cli.iM:i d idp.ision bt twiT'ii tho striking; b: oth-rhood and interborough corn ,.inv io fore, a f.. re increase, issued ! ,i statement sterday uliieh lie s?. i i 1 : "Kilit r.i'w th to strikers in i . ! n.tids to uv v( i a t p-dient. so In y can temporary i r, t eight .r.t!trs I'.ibl c Service Crn!ir.issiner Nix-j '. wi'.l open a formal investigation . . f ;h- strike .it 1. '' o'c'oek this i . i'..-! r.oori. It was said i ! , ;t U"i t e ev r ar, gle and strike. The injunction n Iii- h failed to j v-:vt th,- str ike is returnalde m J :.o!-t ti.morniw mortnt.i:. Twother : 1 ?-. it-r on wht.ni :t w.is sered ' s'ated they will be on l.at.d. j Tie-up Is Complete. i The Interborough 'o a nno' nc-d tu!d ir.ake r.n r ff ort to mo e J M!'W. (;e:i. Mgr. H.'dle said tile tu--Up was complete. Practically every po'.icen.an in N-w York was on duty today in the ,lovrt!"wn districts. The early morn ie. i rowil was uood humnred in S1" the I ilie tiist'oriiki i is .uoo-u a : The police had little to do e extraordinary other hin keep ratVc untam;l( .i. M.iynr Hj'.'iii st had received a b . orr.e from an ui of Interborough ire,i xot'.ay inn r.e , j tter p irportinc to 1 commit'ee . . . fin ploy rs w h ich sa 1 1 . : "We understand th.e rea-op.'! tor the ttnke and thit b ad- rs of our bro!herhooI are working with cim p.nr.v o'Tlcials -and double cres-ing their brother members." The letter further s'ated the be !ief of the writers thit the ."0 jrr-,-fni if the brotherhood members would re willing to hae the mayor iddrcs them. "1:1 ord-r to cet us oat ( f this mss. whirh niakts us look iow in th eyes of the public" Fo!owir.g the receipt of th" "Mi munication from the committee of Interborough employes. Maor Ily itrv wrote Corporation Co'.;r.?'d Purr ..sking thit he obtain the r.i iies of the striking eniploys to er.aKo ar bitration by cny oübi.i's Tt was evident, the mayor said in ... - 1 . . T . . . . hi t!er o j a rr. mn i ; . . i . - .crouch a ii I lenders of the brotherhood were working toe-ether ir. the tie-up of the trar.-it lines. Tpp citv i the owner of the sub way and th Interborough c- " The in-i '.-or said. "The : the Int r- r. rou-h is making r.o :id. ior to ' perate the lin s a:..l .Vo-" all it can to ir cor is Ve i lent:: iCe public." Hvl.m ir.struvted P.u he rarne. of strikers i'r s't Hi die of the Int. r to obtain from Vice borough. AMSTKKPAM. A tu Iv Tl".e for- , lie, it was Iv to l-if rri'V n Aniertiri- rr. r Oct man prm.-e-.-b a rt.e od i , p; i hr husband, th r r : r. c e . i. r. t t h : i '. 1 1 1 . I et S h e I ' fore.. to T The Lighter Side ; the Day's News MAY VOIUv "I like tc srf t!.i Uame--," was th i-.xriw in cnirt of1 Charles f ;ino -t , a JanT iti tin" tu Graml hotel. iifPT ho linl ail-! mitte! starting four lire-, ilrdng 57,- .oo damage In the Iiviel. I NEW YORK Just because wife. Annette, locked him up. threw fhln.T, and flatlrons at him and made him lato to work. Renjumin Steigrnan. high school teacher, asks a divorce. MTW YORK .John Ol-en. chajf- fiwr. L. tin flrM nun aoiulttiHl in' j llirci rar iu the court for sjxl j T.. i:.xMTts ti"ttlicI th motor rtclo of P'ltMktnt.ltl f 'k m 1 1 1 1k I. . . i overKMtk Ol n, fowlil not make 30 i miles an hour. rinc.V.o The perfect Irish man has been found here, lie Is Jay Kcynolds. on year old. II won the "hst baby" prize at th Iri.-h picnic yesterday. LOsi Ai;r.I.i:s shantung rela lions liinc bikini. T. Kraya Id. .Tn uint', was set timhi by two t'hineso who -orifi-atc! his pursi . ST. I'Al'L, 'Minn. Wenzell Kf-chzeiel mitht well utter Caesar's immortal line "I't tu Crutus." Hechxeii;el attempted to shoo some flies from his horse. The animal took exception and kicked him in the stomach. Itcch- zei'I is dead now. BE OF If Marketing is Successful Government Will Follow With More. P.v T iiitf-d Pres: WASHINGTON. Aug. 1 S. Sale of millions of dollars worth of army food began at more than 50.000 po. offices daw throughout the country to-1 The h!g marketing jo, which will e conducted through the p.ircel pot will end Aug'. 20. ly which time of ficials hope- practically all the food will be disposed of. If the sale proves successful as officials here be GH SA ARMY TODAY that he will I "eo it win. otner army surplus, m of th-- shut- ! ' hiding hlankets and clothing will be disposed, of in the same way. Department of justic e offlci.lls who expect to seiz,- $10,000,000 worth of hoarded fod this week, are also sale, with interest. watehinw th Atty. CJen. Palmer is considering disposing of the seized food through t he postofüc- onee it is condemned through court action. Pre Iaration- Complete. Preparations for the sale of the army food, are complete. Postmas ters have price lists which they will make public in every possible way' along with complete directions a tot how the food is to, be sold. j The sale of the surplus food along; with the seizure planned by the de-' partment of justice are expected to1 the two heaviest blows yet aimed, at high cost of living by the execu-J . . . i i tive arm or tne government. ' In congress, legislation to brint: 'down high prices and end profiteer-: ing is expected to be the chief topic; I of legislativ discussion and com-j mittet artion during the week. ; ; A sub-committee of the senate in-i . terst.tte commerco committee, which! is working along the lines suggested! i t y Pres't Wilson, is expected to turn! out some recommendations. Th" senate agriculture committee1 h.w -!n.i..r nnvi.ior.ninn tho ro.Miowt of Atty. Ctn. Palnur for broaden-1 mg the scope of the war food control! Kt under huh Palmer is operat - :r.k Farmers are righting these reC - ommrr.i'.ations. FREDERICK HEADS NEW HUNGARIAN CABINET! I!v T nJTed Pres : rovK'SiAin:s, Aug. i. - patches from Rudapest to newspapers name the new gari.ia cabinet as follow: Premier Fre If rich. Foreign Minister I.evaczy. Minister ef Interior Perenyi. Miniter f Finance Grun. Hun - Mm Mm of W ar Sohn tzier. ter of Justice- Ralegh. Minister of Agriculture Stephen Szabo. Mmi-ter of Reiigion Halle r. Mmi-tt-r f Health Hi'.leri. Mayer. Mini-trs without portfolio H'.-vtr and Count Telhki. The ofh, m's h.e taken the oath; of olf'.i'r fef e Archduke Joseph. a.- ai'.i. FIREMEN WANT $7 A DAY FOR 1 00-MILE Insist Uprn utomatic Stcksrs nd Labor-Saving Devices in Addition. P,r t'nitf l Vre: CLKVI;LANI O., AUC. IS. In creases in wages avrairinR T.O per cent, and the installation of auto matic stoker?, coal passers, prate shakers and door openers ar pro vided in a new- scale and standard rules report in the hands of'the liO'") representath es of the Ilrotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Fngrine men here today. The demands will he presented to Walker D. Mines, di rector general of railroads as soon as the draft of the proposed measure is re-written, according to Pres't Timothy Shea. The firemen and hostlers demand increase averaKinp from ::5 to 6." per cent, and the. average is .'0 per cent., said Shea. It will cost the railroads of the l.'nitrd States and Canada $2GO.oe.Q.OOO to install th automatic devices demanded, details estimated, while the annual increase in operat- i inj,' expenses entailed ty tne wage demans was placed at $70.000.000. The latter tiKvire is based on the assumption that the 1 17.000 firemen ard mginemen in the brotherhood worn an average of COO days per year for an average of eiht hours per day. To Men on I'nino. The committee which formulated the demands, will ak for the em ployment of two firemen on each en- ine. weighing 100 tons or more un til such time as the automatic up - liances proposed are installed. it; was contended the work i.s too heavy I for one man to handle. Of the es- timateu 40.000 locomotives of that i weight, not more than o.ooo are equipped with tho proper mechanical appliances, the delegates said. Shea said the proposed wage in crease would hardly meet the pre war conditions. The nummary of w;:ge demands ad announced by Shea is as lollows: Ilato of pay for firemen and help ers in the passenger service to be $6.50 per day of 100 miles or less, i except when mallet engines are used, when the rate shall be $7.20, or the freight rate for mallet en gines. On the engines weighing less than 100 tons firemen shall be paid $6.50 per day of 100 miles, or less. On engines weighing more than luO tons the pay shell ho JtJ.SO per d.ty of 100 miles, or less. rireme-n and helpers employed in the yards shall receive $6.r0 per day of eight hours, except when mallet tngines are used, when the rate shall te $!.S0. STEEL WORKERS READY TO STRIKE Will Announce Result of Vote t Wednesday Want Higher Wages. P.r Tr.itM rres: CHICAGO. Aug. 1?. The result t of a strike vote involving between 4-0.00 and nOO.ono steel workers j wlM h' announced at Vounsjtown.j ,w - o..u ..l.s oere saia !tC(a' - ' " claimetl here the votp now is practically complete and that ?! per cent, of the workers have ap - proved a strike. The workers by this ote plan to j show their approval of the demands of the national committee. Thh RUN - Pis-! committee several months ago sub Rerlin ; mittel a "twelve point" program to tsteel orMcials. It included wage in - creases to certain scales and other iicmr.ni.s lor improving working conditions and strengthening of unionism in the plants. W. Z. Foster, national steel or ganizer, today left for Pittsburg aft- er addressing 4 00 steel workers I here, representing ro".f.eo workmen ! in the "Chicago district." Resolu- I tions addressed to the president and jiongress decried the "suppression of 'free speech and free assemblage in i the Pittsburg district." -Foster said the Pittsburg steel district is a vol- mo- ready for eruption at any meat. Will Try f . . ' . ....... ?. . . v,..;. : 7;; 'V ' - v:r - : v :. -. . . . . ,y ' " v;- :: m-;- frisks a - ;- - -r.'. ' if W4 ZJ- s mmm: If tkc u Pe c-ii. mmmMm tsstfrZ i Nk '-iW Maj. E. V. Schroeder. U. S- A., former holder of the world's altitude record, who has c mip!eted plans for a dicht on which he hopes to break the world's altitude record. The Le Pero C-ll, the airplane which Maj. Schroeder will use. has-been fitted with what is known ns the Mcks Super-Charger. The super-charger consists of a gas turbine and centrifugal compressor, and is mounted directly above the. plane engine. Here tofore ai. airplane engine, at a height of i.S.oOO feet loses on an average of 50- percent of Its power because of the lack of oxypen. The super-charger is designed to feed the carbureter, while the plane is at a great height, with compressed air containing the same amount of oxypen as the air at sen level. In a recent trial flight Maj. Schroeder. in the Ie I'ere, made a speed of . 1.37 miles an hour while up IS, 400 feet. The photos show the airplane Io Pere. C-ll, Maj. Schroeder, and Lieut. George V. Elsey, who will accompany the major as observer. 0lICl fli G U A AT RESTAURANTS Chicago I. W. Ws and Real Rnlchnxilc-' AHomnf in DOISMeVIKS AUeflipi IU Rout Waiters. Iy T'nitrd Tress : CHICAGO, Aug. IS. rolice and detectives today guarded nearly 200 restaurants and lunch rooms of the Thompson. WeeKhman and Messln ger systems in thi down town dis tricts, following revolver battles with armed I. W. W. agitators who had attempted to storm the restau rants and rout waiters and custom ers during the night. More than 100 shots were ex changed when uniformed and plain clothes police resisted an attack on a rest iura nt three blocks from the I. W. W. headquarters. A truck-load of agitators, including" a woman who proclaimed herself a "real Russian bolshevik," caused most of the dis turbance. Cha-' Rioters. Haltered up after trying "to close up one restaurant, in efforts to in duce waiters to join the "wobbly" organization and to force all loop restaurants to close, a detachment j of nolice chased the "invaders' 'through down town streets and en-i ! gaged in considerable random tir ing. Thwarted in efforts to gain recog nition from the Chicago Federation of Iabor. several radicals among the discontented waiters requested aid from the I. W. W.'s. At a meet- . inc Iat night said to hae been at-; tended by "Dig Hill" Haywood, con-j victe l I. W. W. leader, who had re-; cently hem released from Fort , I-eavenworth prison on bail, aid was offered and a course of sabotage de cided on, according to police. . I Op?n threats to "blow up the j place" were hurled by the malcon- i tents as they entered the lunch j rooms ano enmneu oer voumei.-. ; Little damage was done to property.! however, l our arrests were made. EXPECT PERSHING TO START HOME SEPT. 1 D ' PARIS. Aug. I. Gen. Pershing is expected to return from Italy Fridav and will start for next home! Scot. 1. leaving less than 4 0A0; American soldiers in Kurop. Persh- inv left for Italy Friday night. German prisoners captured by I American forces will be held tmtil is ratified by con - the peace treaty ; gress It is understood that den. Persu ing will recommend a monument to the soldiers who fell at Romagne. jr. memory of the hardest f.ghtinsr 1 Americans were railed on for during the war. a. e. r. He is very work after proud of the an inspection ! of the battle fields and the Rhine-' land. Gtn. Pirshinc. it i.s understood, hopes to isit his home town in Mis sou; i and also Cheyenne. V. yo . im mediately after reporting at Wash for World's Altitude Record Dig Up Third Skeleton on "Murder Farm P.v United Tress: MAri,K HILL. Kan., Aug. 18. Rufus King, accused keeper of a "murder farm" was to face another charge of murder today, following the uncovering yesterday of a third skeleton near his old livery barn here. The skeleton was identified as that of John Woody, of Paxico. who disappeared about 10 years while in the employ of King. King is now held in the county jail at Topeka as a precaution against possible mob violence. Almost the entire countryside witnessed the unearthing of the third skeleton, which was found about 30 feet from that of an old Jew peddler uncovered last Thurs day. According to authorities in charge of the digging, evider.ee in dicates Woody was probabiy strangled to death while asleep. The skeleton was identified imme diately by Dawson Woody, the boy's father, by means of two gold teeth and black hair. King, who has steadily maiptain ed a calm demeanor, stoutly denied the Woody murder, as he did the other two. Authorities f.re seek- (IHK Ul" Ul uuu aiivuiv i f a ( woman, wno uvea in a iown in me Pueblo. Colo., foothills where King was arrested. U.S. HILL GET BROKERS FIRST Clerks Act As Shields For v I SpCCUlatOr? in NeW TOrK culator? in New Yi Food Warehouses. P. T'riifed Pres: NEW V ORK, Aug. 15. Brokers and wholesalers who have taken ad-i Mintair" of the present situation toi hold huge stocks of food for specu- lation, will be the first to feel the ac- .tion or Atty. uen. i aimer aere io- j day. This prediction was made at the h att'iuarters or tne xair price com - mitee of the food administration of which Arthur Williams is head. In- vestigators havo found. Williams i said, that-large quantities of food! have been stored in warehouses un-1 der the names of clerks who arej either operating on their own ac-j count or permitting their names to be used to shield larger speculators.' Atty. Gen. Palmer. United States i Hist. Atty. Ren A. Matthews. Wil-j Inirns and other o.f.cia'.s will meet . tonight to start a def.nite campaign; acair.st the food price gougers and' to appoint sub-committees to in vestigate clothing and shoe prices. TEST LOS ANGELES E City and Interurban Trans portation Suspended Sat urday and Sunday. By Pnited lrss: LOS ANGELUS, Calif-, Aug. 18. That the street car men's strike will undergo its biegest test todav was admitted hv hcth union and com - pany olllcials of the Pacific Electric j and IjOs Angeles Railway Co. ; Although there has been partial service during the day, city and in terurban transportation was sus pended Saturday and Sunday nichts. I On both nights hundreds of theater goers caught unawares were forced to walk to their homes. Officials of the Los Anpries Rail way Co. today coclared Sunday serv ice was normal, while union ofticials said that service was only one-third normal. Strikers said that crews CAR S y quit the compiiry and joined their j harboi. Salutes boomed from Prit ranks througho it the day. lsh :-:f n h and Italian wai--h;ps The first move toward mu rpeipal t ;tnl tnf, crowd ru-dod to the wat. r ownership of theIx)s Angeies street 1 i car lines was made yesterday when: an open meeting of unionists ap- ! pointed a committee to determine the advisability of circulating a pe- tition asking the city council to take over the lines. ACTORS MUST EXPLAIN VIOLATING AGREEMEN - Ik t nifed Pre.-s: i CHICAGO. Aug. 1 striKine actors ami riiorus girls, memrtrs oi the Actors' Equity association, today were ".o appear in court to explain why they struck Saturday night at j the Wood; theater in violation of an; agreement to continue performances: pending i decision hy Master in ; Chanrery Zeislcr on injunction pro- : ceedings asketl by theater managers. Jail terms were threatened by at- I torneys for the managers who b-. clare! actors who ignored ZeisUr's orders were liabl to imprisonment! for contempt. ' Meanwhile, moving picture r.per-! a tors late ye.derday offered their sympathetic aid in thespians" strike. Actors said they took this to mean tho operators would not .allow "leg- itirn.'o" houses to turn to movies now Xh it they had been darkened by tnp actors strike. , In aj three theaters have been closed. FAVORS PALMER FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL Bv Pnited Press: WASHINGTON. Aug. Ik. The senate judiciary committee today reported favorably the nomination of A. Mitchell Pal mer to be iittorney-general The committee's vote was unani mous. Palmar now holds ofHcc under a recess appointment. BREAK THREATENS, BOT RANSOM MONEY IS m Capture of ank Aviators by Bandits Across Border Leads to Strained Rela tions with Carranza's Go ernment. DDCR Lll TD I IPX 111 II P Mill I Ml " III IIUÜI ULLU Ul Ul . Rep. Graham Says Govern- ment Paid Enormous Over charge For War Material. Ty Iii i ted Pres: WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. The copper trust was allowed to make huge profits of the war industries : board's fixing of copper prices dui -! ing the war. Rep. Graham. Illinois, I chairman of the specinl house c om mittee investigating war depart ment expenditures, charged todav. "Iarpe profus were realized for the Anaconda Copper Co.. in which John D. Ryan, who as aircraft ad ministrator, ordered a larrre amount of the metal, has an interest." Irtham sriid. "The war industries board fixed th costs o production during May, 191. a fair criterion, at 14.i9r cents a pound for the Anaconda company, 1..5 4 4 for In spiration ami K).0T1 for Green- 1 Cananea. At the same time the government was ordered by the hoard to pay 23.5 cents and in July Tin iprp "r jnHnbLd ul I I this price was raised to 2C cents. j the xi ui Rig Rend d. strict. "Of the l:2,000,000 pounds of j According to unoffu i.. 1 irfonr.a copper the government V'ought S2.- ! tion payment of the demand of :h 73S.000 pounds were supplied by : band. Is for ransom lias '. e-. n agreed the Anaconda company. of which Mr. Ryan is a large shareholder j and chairman of the board of direc- j tors. I PRINCE OF WALES HAS STRENUOUS DAY TODAY 1 It r T "n i rod Pre-s: 1 MA A FAX. Au T la st renuous prince dav at of Wai.-s be Kan a 10 o'clock today. Landing at the dork yard pier h proceeded to the provincial building to hen- addresses of welcome. Aft er lunch he W ; t S two t o 1 . i y cl U bs two corner- ; and hold a ! st ones, public visit 1 recoption at Goernmnt house. Idnner was to lie srx'ed aT ; 7 i. m-. after which ho w.is to -iil for Charlotteti.wn. N. K. I. The prince oluded a crowd of cur- ious r siien!s vesferd.'iv bv slipping) 1 asn,,,-(. fr0m the battbshii in the! front. The prince a 1 na d v .1 gone a shore. A eOpner last owning aboard M. S. Renown hoi as guesr.- II. :.l". Robeit -Rorden. "a n ad la n pr e m i r. l!U S and otn--r rjigr. Tlv r.ow C;inadian prime 1 : . a rt "!''! aboard mini'-'er : he R.-nown and will be th guest o ' th the I r: ( :tv i until h e ship 1 a 1 . Quho.-. c CAGfl I1SKS AD District Attorney SaysOne is Needed For Distribu tion of Food. i P.V Pi. He. 1 Pie-.? : CHICAGO. Aug. Iv 1 fives of tV." federal bun '. kets in 'hi a-o left toda; ington to c-ir.ftr with S i rici;lture Houston in an ! tain appointment of a f. ' trat or for Chicago, acco; r.ounce-r.ierit mad" by j Charles F. 'U n- Cl ne r. --r'e-d th re Repr. r mar W ,-h-f Au to r. b - iir.m.--to iir. A'ty. lor 1 .: dl.Ug I:- v ; s 're at ' r.i ed for a u a' tr ttor h re : bUtiOP. (. f-eel aid in handling O ' supplies to i eta.b-rs ar.d to c t ff supples where profite ring or hoard-. ing- was found. The distri -t atte.rr.ey de!ard f-t-eral I'thcrs are fathering -'.uder.ee against hoird-Ts and prtdr. r.- :n the r tail tra l a- w 1! a- h' ;. ia . .-. Arrests und .-uzure.s will follow .-.on. he aid. 1 ni l. I. in in Ii I'riife I IT'S: YAsIII(;ii. u-. is Th department of -täte ha- telecrnph- 0tl instructions to flu American n ' ha.-sy at Mcxim it liiiimiliMir t "'! n the Mexican gornmc m- Iv nr , for action to brin llif rdciix' f tin two army aviator, held for r.ui- mm, the -cate department an- noUnv,i mi.-.,. 1 The- In-trn lion- poioit tl .it 1I10 I Sorioiisiio with which the l liitcd States go eminent ieu- I he -itua-i tion and mil- for immediate ade quate ai'tion. said the -täte depa t- iiw-iit amuHiiH-cmcnl. i "The department al-o directed the Ameilcan ron-ul at .launv. ! Mc., to take all po--ihle -tip- illi '. the .Mexican authorltie- there to i irociin' relea-o and prolix lion of the otliivrs. Otli'ial- carfx oday xxere -dent j on whetlier ll.t- ; new eelop-luent- in (lie Mexican -ituatioii are oii-iderJ of -iillu-ient jrrailtv to ;ict on the xarnink' glwn Car- ra 1111 . P.v FnUe.l pr. .?: MAIIFA, Tex.. Auer 1 4 . Arriir.c- ments were prio'tically completed to day to send couriers to "ande'.an 1, Tex., with J 1 r. Oey ran.-om money for I.i.-uts. Paul H Pavis. 2 virs old of Strathmore, alif., and Harold 1. Piteison, 2 years old of Hit- h;r"ii, Minn., reported h Id by the M.xp .-ui -andit Chic'o Cano in th1 ar.voi:-- "f upon by army cdücials as-- the only way to saw- the aviators Nec'-t-ions will be through D;i wl-.i r.s K;rk patrick, a sforekeej.er at "in 1 '. .. ri 1. well acejuainl'l with Mr':.'in t r the line. Kirkpartick u a ; r-potti'd to ! in touch with th 1 dit to ; f.-r ill . ' .iv t -- p- rone their time Prn :ii Iil--llt. Mi in,: sine Aug. 10. Tle l'.ers h te b en ini---ir.g .no thev . farted a border jMtrol fl.tht Al,:;. 1". It IS S'lppe-ed lliey H.1--tO()k the ;'.o.! VHtfTS of the RJo I'o'l- cho fi.tr t he Rio Giande and !'.'''.o i that sti - :i. i:it. Me. vie., A'-roril.iig o jr.foriii ition lo-i-e th" t" .ev, ( 1 1 ! . 1 r 1 ' 1 s 1 I d 1 ' 1 1 r . i ' r so:i'!iv. st of Marfa. 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