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VPOINTEALA4IACIE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 9 1914. V O iL' V I ...... .....___ ._ mm l .aa, .. . . . - .... -:' .. . . : 'lI " . a,,, '.!, YUC 1 DD 'l-l UII EQT11i I) ! flhlIILr LT~ W ! EI vents in Louisiana PROPOSE TO lD FRISC JEWISH FARMERS . PROPOSITION GIVEN FAVORABLE DEFAULT CONSIDERATION BY THE EST B'NAI B'RITH. Werr4 vewupger Ve? os News !Iw er' Wetstrn Ne Shreveport, La.--The convetion f New Y B'nai B'rith gave considerable atten- ct $140,00 tion to the question of Jewish rural 1t. Loui1 colonization, which came before the Company Grand Lodge in the form of a special ceiver, h report from the immigration and agr- lose its I cultural committee, declaring Jn favor leans ten of purchase of a 1500-acrd tract, some leaving t where In the Sout--weqt, as the nu- poessio cleus of a movement for the better die- the Sup tribution tf Jewish immigrants and re- urt ha lieving the congestion In the cities, from obt The report recommended that the est. order of the B'Wal B'rith buy the land, The to through the cooperation of all its dl- mpnts in ttlt lodges, locate on it anv seu fami- oy a to lies as possess $1,00 or more, and 000,000 at the same time "divest the whole between scheme of all paternlistic features, ;ion doll -with the exceptio, per :0 otf . A1rs. a nd the tical agricultural inspector, a yýfid on or two." in the a The purpose is to establ, la o with schools, synagogues. sa44pjl d- Ut 0f trial plants, etc., forthe o e J ones of the farmers. There aore ot athe t e th.ouat Jewish faroely the -od States and only 'a yfU'fal s Ti n of thfh nlnmbe1 t h*?e 110R W aS compa 5 a4 'FRISCO LOST SUITS GOOD FOR TERMINALS TAX DEFAULT IN PAYMENT OF INTER- WARNED; EST IS FATAL TO RAIL- PAY 1 ROAD'S CAUSE. WITI Western Newspaper onlnn Ne $ervlce. W.'etern Newl New York.-Failure . pay interest New OrF - cf $140,000 due in Jun 1!3 when the lector of I itl1t. Louis and San Francis3o Railroad the policy 0 Company went into the hands of a ro year by th i ceiver, has caused that company to delayed in SI!ose its half interest In the New Or- rations an ir learns terminal amounting to $8,000 00C. rationg an e leaving the Southern railway in sole lowing si Spiossession, the Appellate Division of It is ev Sthe Supreme Court decided. A lower ment of i e court had restrained the Southern make retu from obtaining the Friico's half inter- mare in thi ae est. that the E The terminal, according to docu- ous effort Smnts in the case, was built in 190 quents are ay 'a terminal company, ..suing $2,- "The pl 000,000 capital stock dlvided equally failure to between the two roadc. Fourteen mil- subjects 1 ;ion dollars of bonds also were issued. of 50 per Sand the interest on them was to be and, in a paid one· balf by eaclc road A clause than $20, in the agreement stipluated that if pay case of i ' -net of interest should be defaulted thn 10 by one road and made by the other the tions, is latter should come into full possessicn "The a of the terminal. be invoks fta This contract, the decision said. left corporati ahe no way open for the court to save the by Marc railroad its property., despite the tended ti cJtt' abhorrence of the idea of for- by the ( felttnr of property. in accort The stock exchange officially anhim oupoed the default of semi-annual "The ( n e3 ei on the four. per cent enue, hi Sfthe,. 0lcogo. Rock Is consent, itOF , pti O oad Company y, ai °te iO M; lifve per cent criminal W idi$i5 San Fran- =sa reves infia suit th these sues fr oe intent 1 Stlp hiave poiateS to puspension the lao ý '~ ik paymegt, ahd the notice bY sugge.t '.itcca exoh was *hiefly In keeping in this ^wvlthles .untirements. turns a It Ia expected that the r'tott of the tor of I xpei, reently engaged by the bond- necesa olders committee of the Rock Island applica WC5 company, will be submitted shortly. "AttW T ( this report hinges the future if- be an sc5ep of the road. was nt ___. __ _te and pel SC SOii OFtTiSARMY SERVIbEt ft;'1 l tI+ by.v. .Hall for Th. e it doe o ,o I g to. ' J U ,La.-(AOv. Hail his re- ther l ,Iat numer of applications " a% - a co missl ioned of dsch v iounteer organisa Wtin smy bei `tormed in tdie event it. :t qx Oi `cA1s for volunteers might M c·a o. h. Governor hase the n the o*~4IU~n5 arsthey ire OFF e o 1 to the col is, the state hr gAdjtant General Mc Mst the present law, which is jflghef4 from the law at #i' : lied via ......ir i:*. . GOOD ADVICE FOR TAX ELINQUENTS WARNED TO MAKE RETURNS AND PAY THEI. !NCOME TAX WITHOUT MORE DELAY. Western Newspaper Union News sprvtre. New Orleans.--J. Y. Fauntleroy, .Col lector of Internal Revnue, in response to inquiries asking information as to the policy which will be adopted this year by the government with regard to delayed income tax returns of corpo rations and individuals, made the fol Le lowing statemept: "It is evident that many corporations Brig. and individuals, subject to the pay- mend of ment of an income tax, have failed to States ar make returns. The attention of all who ton to V! are in this class is called to the fact begun by that the government will make vigor Sous efforts to ascertain who the delin- SUL quents are. "The provisions of the law are that failure to make a return, when due, Prisoner subjects the delinquent to an increase Treatn of 50 per cent in the amount of tax, TI be and, in addition, a penalty of rot less se than $20, or more than $1,000, in the Vera case of individuals, and of not more flagging ed than $10,000 in the case of corpora" ficient i he tions, is imposed. ened ev "n 'The statute is mandatory, and will by drun be invoked against all individuals and of the . eft corporations who failed to file return ers, Inc the by March 1 la4, or. within such ex- confined the tended time as- may have been granted Their for by the Collector of Internal Revenue, (len. Mi in accordance with authority vested in Americ ý* him. messe ual "The Commissoner of Internal Rev W. ent enue, howevi, ''with the advice an surveyt I conset-tof theBcietary of the Trees- sm t any ury, mr -mr ise . any civil or Co tent crimlial case t g under the intern- and o a 1 reveug lat4 instead of commen- dl ag tk it is undoubtedly in jail' ytre 'that .' he v4 r nquencd o n many though "• i o misunrirer5stanp" ne intent to evade the requirements of the pr lon the law, or to escape taxation, t is is acqi Sby sugge.ted that all-those in Louisiana to can ping in this.class should voluntarily file re- Cad; turns at once, addressed to the Collec- -ane the tor of Internal Revenue, this city. The The fnd- 'necessary form will be furnished upon and a and application. either irtly. "Attached to the return, there should iqmat' a f- be an affidavit affirming that there mittei was no intention to. violate the law, when and petting forth concisely and clearly are k E the reasons, for th delay. The aft ida quent vit should beaaceompanfed by an offer prisol to compromise for not less than $20, with se it lidivlduals, or $50, t:i cormprations, are si which arthe lowest ambunts that will and i be accepted by 'the government when ities, .e- there has been no intent to violate the fire. tlaw. - ad : "The advantage to come from volun- REB taCr y asubnitUting's return, .instead of i waiting for the GOteiimaent to demtand Cara ev it, is obvious, in that such ac.urse tic steers Imight cause the _inilnum instead of a thenie maximum ainouutof penalty to be t d imposed." OFFICERS OF B'NAI. B'RITH -med odt as LqIg8o in Seventh Distrlt Meeting at tice, SMc- Shrev~oa tiall, plai blob is gate SShrevePortrpo lr-owng ir--ng b3 SLe Go Qodman Ir ashv1116, presidept defe m of.the Seyenthist drit B'nai B'rith, to big p ermit all lodge to trY4oplae mm. bell ldMat ss to the ea& rancsco .onvef- as tionin I91h 8(i5 w Waoffci wore install trot - i.Neshville; ffrtt y president, per Cs~i brC. sec sondo . vice to . .:. ' ":. la ~,,·;·r .~ ,iII ~II GENERAL FRED FUNSTON HEBEI " WA HEL,MSM BADL' SOLDIEI Rebels D Provenr Vesi Vera < Texas.-' o IIWard lii a off Arbol Sand the oReport ceived t fired up ºa b Oi" ing soo0 Brig. Gen. Fred 0n Iinm The ves mand of the Fifth e, United ThFol to States army, which w from GOalves o ton to Vera Crus to h on the work lg o t t begun by the men of i ' fleet. out S C n INSULT WOMEN, 0THE JAIL The at - : swered 1e, Prisoners Are 8ubjed to Brutal Capt D .se Treatment by Me, n Guards. HCapt LX, Threaten Ass ination. Capts he Vera Cruz.-Sleepi ' on the stone that su )re flagging of the jail phtio with insuf- mande rIf ficient food, no sanitat~on and threat- to takE ened every night wlt& assassination violath ill by drunken jailers, ithe experience The nd of the Anericans a other foreign- declar irn ers, including women and children, the Al ex- confined -at Cordobat merchi ted Their release has promised by the P me, Gen. Maas in reply to' request from The LI in American Consul Catda, through a Cu i messenger who returun to Vera ru.ran Lev- W. H. Meching of t . geographisca positic and survey of Canada t e en eor some time in Mexico behalft of the from or universities of HarTv IPensylvaia oil ta and Columbia, Spent o days 't Cor- teaP e doba. ie was de but, not put conaT ly imn ojail, and flnly ieraitted to ri Un t nproceed r o hee as - gishman, burnt Land thoug h In reality he" e er an- di Sof the prisonersi amaong fme severai he Thi 2t is acquainted With. ThsY begged him re po lana to communicate their plight to Consul enfor e re' Canada and Rear Admiral Fletcher in from leo-an ,endeavor to, secure their releas. enfot The The prisoners are herded like, cattle their UP=l and are jeered at almost constantly Tb either .by the keepers or the Mexis l andt Could it mates -of the jail. They are par- er4 the re mitte' to hav food and drink only sessi law, hen the whim saltso the jailers and T. earl are kept tate of terror by frl I At fidar quent threats bfl death. Among :the turn o fer prisoners is a young American woman, port $20,with a four-months-old infant. ThereI. cup tio ns, are several other women and children khS1 t ill and the total number oft all ntlonal wh ities, according to MeElng, is eighty-e h f ire. eARI. nolnREBEL ACTIVITY CONTINUES NW odent oCarrale, Hais Not Accepted Armi tics-Wants to Take Tampsio. 8a oif Vlila Wil! Lead Attack. o El Pao, Texaa .-While e en. Car- the ranza has pot teplled otticalyr to the ho 'RIT propoittion of-tie SouthAmerican an mediators for ,a. federal-rebel armis- 'eon ling 5t tice, officials here say his answer is to gated for a concentrt at t ajtac on TaNopico. Br* ing b Tiefederat-S0flatS and tle land fo idt defense of ainpico have pre d etoo l ,lht@ biga i tifor:the Upsot·lg . C" lea I dbelleros-ai o,'- oale and orei s wered sal onven. isseu the mobltisatn of 1,000 di " (o r ' ITaipulipat, sad N uevo Ze . ts n e- be . eetdent. prtedsls..that en Fnc... co Villa p rveport Rafael , usqiii ofi fe ztY.·l~: 1 · ~ra : :ipou~tl c ·ce~wt th4~ ~ ttis. ~s io's sz? 4i·theF 4, S· REBELS SHOOT AT MESSAGI WAR0 LINE BOAT HELMSMAN OF S. S. ANTILLA IS BADLY WOUNDED-RIDDLE SHIP AT TAMPICO. SOLDIERS AT VERA CRUZ I Rebels Declare That They Intend to Prevent Any American Merchant Vessels From Entering the Panuco River. Vera Cruz, Mexico, Via Galveston, Texas.-The steamship Antilla of the Ward line was fired upon by rebels Thee off Arbol Grande, in the Panuco river, b foat and the helmsman badly wounded. by whaf Reports of the occurrence were re- tern of ceived here by wireless. The rebels fired upon the Antilla without warn- REBE i- ing soon after she entered the river. ted The vessel was flying the Cuban flag. MediatiC Following the volley and the wound- Leade rk ing of the man at the wheel, the An- As tills anchored in midstream and sent out 8. 0. S. signals for assistance and Wash medical aid. tion ph The appeal was immediately an- Mexical swered by Rear Admiral Mayo and ened so tat Capt Doughty of the British cruiser of Meg Hermione. critical Capt. Doughty at once sent a flag States ashore with a message to the rebels also th4 ,one that such conduct will cause the com- of Not isuf- manders of all vessels in the harbor which I -eat- to take radical steps to prevent such months tion violations of international law. This Ince The rebels gave a defiant reply, and diation ,ign- declared that they intended to hold of a ft Iren, the Antilla and any other American ranza, merchant vessels attempting to enter of the dby the Panuco river. posed from The Mexican federal gunboat Vera and th h a Cruz then steamed up close to Arbol Chile. Cruz. Grande and trained her guns on the Alre hicat position of the rebels, shelling them. Huerts 1 for Reports are to the effect that the fire offices f the from the gunboat ignited two large voys, rania oil tanks on the property of the Wa- Carr Cor- ters-Pierce Oil company, which were delibe t put consumed. meat id to Under cover of the smoke from the any st iman, burning oil tanks, the Antilla succeed- The rican. ed in escaping down the river under lye m ira he The rebels in front of Tampico. arem Shim reported to be expecting heavy re- ing t aonsul enforcements of men and artillery The her in from Monterey. As soon as these re- sided e. enforcements arrive they will renew A cattle their attack on the city. betwi tautly The army has reached Vera Cruz, be m exicn and the Fifth brigade, Brig.-Gen. Fred- of t Sper- erick Funaston commanding, is in pos- Moxi E only session of the: city. wal re and The naval, forces' of the United The y fr4 St Aes evacuated the port and re 1g-the turned to their warships and trans- attip woman ports in the harbor. In the places oc- t t There cupied by the bluejackets and marines as a' bidren khaki-clad army men are now. h ARMISTICE IS ACCEPTED UES Huerta and United States Come to Term- Americals Will Make Ami No Act of Aggression. W ice. leal trol Washington-Gen. Huerta accepted frol n. Car- the proposal that there be no tdrther por o the hostilities between the United. States no erican and Mexico pending the etfforts of the fe 3armi1 envoys of Argentina, Brazil and Chile ha ser is to bring about an amicable settlement q romul- of difficulties between the countries. 4 ack on This was announced by Secretary dia Bryan, after he had been in confereace Ill f land for two hours with the three South ad' ve d too American diplomats at the Argentine 1 Ias. Ca- legation. At the same time Mr. Bryan aj ra were said he had notified formally the me- r d 1,000 iators that the American goveknment thi oathi.l "took it for granted that there would y t i '* be no hostilitis during the mediation T ic o Vll proceedina and bad intended no far. in ther acts of agesion while the can- a tnsw of ference swre.bein~ held". wl rt the W hi4gene rPiUe before them, the o nritise epnys were pre~aed to go ahead • a fiitice with theift pEa plans, so fat as the t United States and the Huerta govern- al ment are qoncerned. No word had LVD come from Gen. Carransa, however, EoncernDng a proposed rmstice be- I tween the onstitutionalists and ted el on a in Mexideco. On the rebel chlers D mnd a answer depends lir5elf the plans of the medlator for ualdertaildS a eace tfl settbiment of the whole Mexican prOblem, internal strie as -well as dif- , f* tereace bet en the nalted States a au ind the rt~ ime. d lt hvreeks Voluntemr. o aens mot o whomaVejt'elured from their natiftt cointlt, were they fought in the uksalai 'ara, hvre rol teered uas the hucleus, odi f a ommy be formea ain the Oreek ciemr here SnuefeU Arrve. S0au. es.--Galvsteoa we( at 44 0 ers e relassed r 1 taet Maserd battieshi i : ibrousht the3 here , 6rs. MESSAGE FROM THE BRIDGE BULB I FORI WAS JE . MORED IG CO. oCABII 161( ter.. or I . on at I These sailors are sending a men- He" sre Psap from the bridge of a battleship ,portfhios lio by what is known as the Ardo s, portfolo was term of signaling L: prise, but REBELS ARE IN CONFERENCE At the that Huer Br. - nor Portil ig. Mediation Plans include Carranza, not only d- Leader of Rebels-Sends Note ican presi L' Asking For Consideration. didate to ant - Huerta t ad Washington.-The scope of media, strongly tion plans for the settlement of the towards 1 an- Mexican crisis was suddenly broad- lieving t md ened so as to include the entire range tom of i ser of Mexican affairs-not alone the his own critical issue between the United Huerta ae States and the Huerta regime, but ister of )15s also the conflict between the elements minister om- of Northern and Southern Mexico, nor De I bor which have rent the republic for many to Portil uch months. ignation. This signal enlargement of the me- at the f4 nd diation program followed the receipt retary ild of a formal acceptance by Gen. Car- tova Ru Lean ranza, chief of the constitutionalists, At fil lter of the principle of mediation, as pro- could cx posed by the ambassador from Brazil tilo hal nera nd the ministers from Argentina and Ruis alI .rbol chief ai Chile. the Already the United States and Gen. thought hem. Huerta had formally accepted the good breach fire offices of these South American en- induce arge voys, and now as a further step, Gen. join i Wa- Carranza has been brought into the Portil were deliberations so as to draw every ele- ing fal ment and faction within the range of newspa theany settlement which may be attained. sage t( eed The mediators made another decis- ment a alder ive move, in asking the United States it is n r)&sh an G n erta o to an armis- poses Sarmovements would be suspended pend- he is Sre ing the outcome of the negotiations. warne llery The mediators confidently expect both Senc e r sided to accept the armistice proposal. Piter renew A separate proposal for an armistice was. g between Huerta and Carransa also will promo Crs, be made, and with its acceptance all brocht Fred- of the warring elements throughout which Spos Mexico as well as the American forces, rope i would maintain a military status quo. ercive nited The American government in its form- statee Sre al reply to the armistice proposal will trans- dtipulate expressly that any untoward Is o act toward Americans will be regarded urines aan infraction of the armistice. HIue 100 MORE AMERICANS SAFE ZI Al American Refugees Are Now Out one of Tampico--Conditions in Max ofici tine to io City improve, an ol ake - 8ocle Washington.-Amerlcans continue to n in leave Mexico and good reports come t from state and navy departments and n epted from all quarters. Admiral Badger re- Ne frther ported that all American refugees are ty , Sttes now out of the TampicD district. Those dispi of the few Amerlicans who remain, he said, Gen. L Chile have lived in Mexico many years and latic tlement eaotd not suffer maltreatment even if Coa ntries. ojeratioins were commenced in that Ti retary district. No Americans have been de e rehee killed in the vicinity of Tampico, the SSouthadmiral added. ada rentine The admiral reported that 109 more tion B ryan refugees, men, women and children, to 1 he me- arrived in Vera Crus. Of these sixty- D enment three came from Bonito, eleven from en Swould Potrpro, and thirty-five from Cordoba. by eiatifn The refugees were assisted in obtain- Am Lno nfu ing passage from Vera Cruz by Comi the con mender Tweede of the British navy, of who a'bcompanied them.wh , the Conditions in Mexico City were i Sa -greatly improved and it was stated as the that the federal troops there now are I gvern- able to preserve order. R r ord had ________ stice MEXICANS ESCAPE FROM JAIL aandfed- - Sciefs Dig Tunnel Under Fenoes and Barbed plaas of Wire Entanglements- Fourteen , pace Are Taken Back. Mican San Diego, CaL-Forty-eight Mexi I ls a can prisoners in the army detention ta d States camp at PFort Rosecrans escaped by digging a seventy-yard tunnel under fences and barbed wire entangle ments. Fourteen of them have beer recaptunred. 10 Greebs, Transfer Refugsee ~ r fVero Crasu--Refugees from Puerts the ol- Mexico, who arrived on the Leland eol omny steanMer Dictator and on the transportl Haa ncock have been transferred to th b U itd steamship Monterey, which will ta t them to New Orleans. Man#nillo Bomemarded. S Maeco City.-Gen. Aurselisno Blma. etmn wel. qet, itaister of war, announced that -d from he hadt ecbived from oen. Jose Maria att estler a ilegram statins that the port tmm here of Massanale, on the Pacific coast," ho. - had been bombattbded by an American warship. Stampede UndO. larre, an KTampico, Via vera Crusl-The , Paton, American exodas from Tampico hasa M, n Of ,r uany reached Its ena with the de Obat briod psltste t or Ybra Cram of about sixty I . uert *merca' refugees on board the tsm HUERTA OUST HIS FOREIGN MINISTER WAS JEALOUS OF ROIASV 'MORED THAT DICTATOR LOS 'G CONTROL OF SITUATION. ,CABINET IS SURPRISED. Ser o nor Alcocer, Minister of In terl. o'enor Lozani, Minister of C, .t:Oications; Senor De . a, Ask Resignation :, xi i, \ surprise was sprung on i., ahinc. and capital by Huerta. He " ed Senor Lopez Portillo y Ro p jas, his foreign minister, to resign his - ortfolio and quit the cabinet. Por tfllo was taken completely by sur prise, but at once submitted. At the same time, it is well known that Huerta has recently regarded Se nor Portillo with extreme jealousy, as za, not only a possible rival for the Mex ican presidency, but was a likely can didate to be chosen in the event of Huerta being removed. Huerta also *a- strongly objected to Portillo's attitude the towards the mediation movement, be ad- lieving that Portillo was at the bQt ige tom of it and was furthering it for the his own qdvancement. ted Huerta sent Senor Alcocer, his min but ister of the interior; Senor Lozano, nts minister of communications, and Se ice, nor De La Lama, minister of finance, any to Portillo to demand his instant res ignation. Portillo was in his office me- at the foreign ministry. The sub-sec eipt rotary of foreign affairs, Senor Es Car- tova Ruiz, was with him. ists, At first neither Portillo nor Ruis pro- could credit the demand. When Por razil tillo handed over his portfolio, Senor and Ruis also at once resigned with his chief as a matter of delicacy. It is Gen. thought that the final step in the good breach came when Portillo failed to en- induce the European governments to een. join in and embroil the mediation. the Portillo had no notion of his com ele- ing fall at his interview with the ie of newspaper men. His last officil mes ined. sage to them was of the arrange Lecls- ment of the suspension of hostilities. tates It is not known what steps he pur ral* poses to tae to insure, the saety of pond- he is not i nge Others hay tions. warned him.. both Senor Portillo became foreign min P0sal- liter early this year. Previously' he istice was governor of Jalisco. He came Into o will prominence last year by writing a ce all brochure on the Monroe doctrine, ghout which he held was not binding on Eu orces, rope and depended solely on the co quo. ercive power possessed by the United formi- States. alwill oward BRYAN'S AGENT IS FREED Huerta Orders Ryan's Releas from AF Zacatecas Prison- Was a, AFriend f Dictator. Vera Crus.-Dr. Edward W. Ryan, Sut one of Secretary of State Bryan's un Mex- official representatives in Mexico and an officer of the American Red CroM Society, has been released from pris e to In Zn acatecas and has been guaran Scome teed a safe Journey to Vera Cros by Sand Gen. Victoriano Huerta. Ier re- News of Dr. Ryan's release and safe es are ty was received here in an offticial Those dispatch from Senor Portillo y Rojas, Ssaid, Gen. Huerta's minister of foreign re as and lations, and was communicated to even i Consul William W. Canada. i that The release of Dr. Ryan was ory ' been dered by Gen. Huerta as soon as he ilo, the received a message from Consul Can ads telling him of the perilous posi 0 more tion of Dr. Ryan, who was condemned hildren, to be shot. Ssixt- Dr. Ryan is known personally to nfrom Gen. Huerta and is highly regarded ordoba. by the dictator. The bravery of the obtain American physician and his devotion b Comi to duty won for him the admiration Snavy, of Geon. Huerta during the tragic days when Oen. Huerta and Brig.Oen. Fe ty werelix Di as were fighting for the mastery Stof Mexico City. nw ame _ _ _.-- REBELS WORRY MEDIATORS It May Prevent solution of Whole Moxican Problem-Deal Directly d Barbed With Parties interasted. Washington.-Assurances of peace ht leil with a steady abatement of "war ntion talk" was the dominant feature in e ed by Mexican developments here. Attention le l under still was centered on the work of the entangle Bouth American mediators, who re ve beer ported steady progress and no dead* lock between the parties. In other quarters, however, the fai ure of Gen. Carransa thus far to a . P Plto cpt the mediators' proposal for a e Lelahnmd suspension of hostilities caused con rransport tinned doubt over the outlook for eed tothl broadening the scope of the media Will take tors' work to a settlement of the whole Mexican situation. d. . Send Body Home. Lao B oas* Jackson, Miss.-The body of E. C. nced that usher, one of the first Americana o Maria bluejackets to fall in the fight at Vera t the port Crus, is expected to reach his d -ifc coast, home in Scott county soon. American Stop Eniistlmenlts. Galveston, Texas.-The, navy de, gCr---The artment sent orders to the local spice has navy recruiting station here to accept tth the de so moro applications for enlistment bbot sixty in the navy except from those who tbe t so i have been honorabl discharged froz tb ario , ..