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TTTTR cake was baked in specially made pans by
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used in the cake itself while 100 more were used
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Chicago, I1L, Jane 26. Harvey A.
Gregory, member of a circulation bu
reau, was killed early today -when his
automobile, in which another man and
two women were passengers, skidded
id to the railing of a bridge.
Others of the party were Charles
Summers. Miss Myrtle Peters and Miss
Minnie Bristol. Miss Bristol was re
ported thrown into the water and
drowned at first, but Bummers and
Miss Peters said that she. like them
selves, escaped 'with a few bruises.
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Deaortere Haerta Seadw "Gaard
t Hmw" With Him.
Gen. Mondragon. Mexico's great mil
itary genius, the man who made pos
sible Felix Diaz's victory over the
rebels, 'will sail from Veracruz this
evening for Europe upon the urgent
invitation of the president.
The departure of Mondragon Into
exile has caused the greatest excite
ment in the capital city, according to
dispatches received from the special
correspondent of the Los Angeles
Times from Mexico City. The order
for Gen. Mondragon's removal from
the theater of eTents in Mexico City
followed the report of a plot to take
the life of Gen. Huerta and the exe
cution of 10 sapper captains. Mondra
gon is the inventor of the Mondragon
cannon and was in charge of the ar
tillery during the rebel bombardment
of Mexico City.
The story which the Los Angeles
Times printed of the departure of Mon
dragon says:
Mondragon's exit from the stage of
public life in Mexico partook oft the
spectacular and on the face of the
facts appears to have been involuntary-
The story goes that after participat
ing in a public function at which
Huerta was also present, Mondragon
was informed that a special train
would be waiting at 11 oclock today to
take him to Veracruz. Regardless of
his protests at being compelled to be
gin the journey at such short notice,
he was told that it would be inconven
ient to alter the arrangements. Huerta
detailed eight army officers, all his
personal friends, and a detachment of
troops, to act as an "escort df honor."
The president himself was at the rail
Way station and gave Mondragon a
farewell embrace exclaiming:
"General, all for the country."
Peculiar inferences are drawn from
the fact that no passenger steamship
will leave Veracruz until Thursday.
Mondragon's wife and family are
left behind.
It is. said that he had no time to pack
trunks and started away with one small
Mike Lawless arrived Wednesday
evening from Chihuahua, driving a
seven passenger automobile with H. J.
Simmons and wife, O. C. Hege and Alex
Delgado as passengers from Chihua
hua. They saw no rebels en route
from the Mexican state capital but
saw 26 bridges burned and six rebels
who had been caught burning bridges
below Juarez, hanged to telegraph
poles. The Americans also brought
a quantity of mail from the American
colony, which was sent from here.
The state capital is said to be In a
state of seige as the rebels are to
the south of it and food supplies are
becoming scarce, as no railroads are
running into the town.
wish rkbels to conk early
axd have it through with
History is repeating itself again, and
the federal commanders are becoming
"cockey" about the anticipated attack
of Villa's rebels. To Americans, the
federal commanders in Juarez have ex
pressed the wish that the rebels would
hurry and attack before Sunday, so
that the bullfight would not be spoiled.
They say that they will eat up the reb
els. All of which recalls the big talk
that little Col. Tamborel made prior
to the first battle of Juarez and the
fact that it 'was Villa -who attacked
the town after the brave little colonel
had said that the rebels were cowards
and were afraid to fight.
Douglaa. Ariz., June 26. Seizure of
all property of absentees suspected of
being unfriendly to the revolution will
be made by Sbnora officials, according
to statements maVle by Americans ar
riving here from Hermosillo.
Millions of dollars in city realty,
ranches and farms will be affected.
Former Diaz supporters, now refugees
in the United States, Europe and
southern Mexico, are interested heavily
in Sonora property.
Washington. D. C. June 2. Alberta
White has been appointed postmaster
at Servoss. Ariz.
The Groom Creek. Ariz., postotflce
has been discontinued.
Banks and Hanson. New Mexico of
fices, have also been discontinued.
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of American ranchers, Mexican refu
gees and a few stragglers from Sala
zar's command, which was defeated at
Casac Grandes Friday, on board the
train when it arrived in Juarez Wed
nesday evening.
Villa Leaves Tuesday.
Americans arrived in El Paso 'Wed
nesday evening from western Chihua
hua with the news of Villa's depar
ture from Casas Grandes on Tuesday
moraine for Juarez. There was no
; hurry about this departure, they say.
Villa was in couimanu ai me unw oi
the column with Juan Dozal, Orozco's
former major now a colonel, as sec
ond in command.
The rear guajd pulled out of Casas
Grandes at o'clock Tuesday morn
ing, the Americans say. and were well
under way toward the border by noon.
Villa set no time for his arrival and
reception in Juarez but said that he
expected to eat Sunday evening din
ner in the customs house. Villa had
more than 1000 men in his main col
umn. Well 3faHte4 sad Armed.
They are all well mounted, their
horses are well fed and sleek, they
are inspected at the end of each day's
march for saddle sores and if any are
found, the owner of the horse is made
to march on foot and' lead his horse
until the sore is well. Each man car
ries 50 rounds of ammunition and
must account nightly for this amount.
The remainder of the ammunition is
being carried on pack mules, which
bring up the rear. More than 100
extra horses are also herded in the
rear of the expedition.
Drilling the SaMters.
Villa has been spending his time
between battles drilling his men. the
refugees say. They have good al
lignment on the road and the men have
a makeshift manual of arms which
they practice when not riding. The
papk mules also carry a large quan
tity of dynamite which was taken at
Casas Grandes and Pearson. This has
been made up into bombs by the use
of rawhide skins, such bombs nave
been used in the past with good ef
fect by the rebels In their battles.
There is a battery of three machine
guns which were captured at Bustil
los. one of which is out of commis
sion but is being repaired on the road
for use before Juarez. Villa has no
artillery but expects to blow the town
to pieces with dynamite, reinforced
by his infantry and cavalry. There
is but oae American, a man named
Hollingsworth, with Villa, although
Maximo Castillo, who is at El Valle.
has. four ex-soldiers of the American
Expeeta Relafe-reementfi.
Villa expects reinforcements from
Sonora, Ojinaga and Palomas. The
troops now at Villa Ahumada are a
part of Ortega's force from Ojinaga,
the Americans were told by Villa.
There were 300 of these there Tues
day and Villa ordered 200 more to be
sent from Bustillos to reinforce them
before they started up the Mexican
Central toward Juarez. Talamantes is
Minn xtMK?tAil frara Rrmnra with fiOO
men. as Villa showed letters from
Obregon, the Sonora commander, say
ing that he could loan him that num-
ia 1,a Aflr An .TiirA Villa
is "the whole works" in his little
arm), the Americans say. There are
no other generals, only one colonel
and few captains. When Villa gives
an order, it is executed or the man
to whom it is given, is. He will not
tolerate the taking of any property
frcm poor people along the route, and
allows his soldiers to take only
horses, saddles and feed for the ani
mals. When'tMs is" done, it is only
by his permission.
"Hill Attack CMhmlHM.
After Juarez, will come Chihuahua,
Villa told his American friends. He
has a force of men south of Chihua
hua to prevent the federals from leav
ing Chihuahua for the south he says,
and declares he is sure they will not
go north, as he will be waiting for
them in that direction. He wishes to
take the border town, then return and
capture Chihuahua for the rebel
cause. His plan of taking Juarez is
expected to be a repetition of the one
which he used at Casas Grandes.
There will be no long range fighting.
He will make a dash for the adobe
houses on the outskirts of the town
and from there start his dynamite
squad to work. He is said to have men
brave enough and cool enough to de
liver these parcels of death and ex
pects to create such havoc that the
reinforcements of infantry will have a
comparatively easy time reaching the
center of town.
Villa Shawn He Qaarter.
Villa makes no bones of his grudge
against Huerta. Because of this
grudge agaipst Huerta and the fed
erals, the Americans learned that he
had executed an even 80 at Casas
Grandes following the battle taking
no prisoners. The reason for the es
cape of Roque Gomes and Lino Ponce
was that they left before the fight
started and were miles away when the
town was taken. Villa is reported to
have told the federal officers whom
he executed at Casas Grandes that
their leader had killed his friends,
Francisco Madero and Abram Gonzales,
and he intended to take no prisoners
but would execute all he captured.
American Trooax Guard Shipment Caa-
MlgHed to "A. Diebolrf" and Hold
It at VhIoh Matfaa.
Three troopers of troop D of the 13th.
cavalry are guarding 33.000 rounds of
calibre .30 rifle ammunition held in the
Wells-Fargo express office at the union
station. There are 33 boxes, each 'con
taining 1000 rounds. Each of- these
boxes bears the name of "A. Diebold."
as consignee, and the consignor is the
Mexican consul at Douglas, Ariz. It
was intended for the federal troops in
Ciudad Juarez and the consignee is be
lieved to have been M. E, Diebold. in
spector of Mexican consulates, though
he denies that it belongs to him or is
intended for him. Gen: Hugh L. Scott,
commanding the troops at Fort Bliss,
seized the stuff when it arrived from
Douglas on an El Paso & Southwestern
train Wednesday. No effort has been
made to move It off the truck on which
it was placed immediately after Its ar
rival at the depot.
The ammunition held at the union
station was not intended for the
troops in Juarez, says Col. Juan N
Vasquez. The federal soldiers there
are all eaui'ed with Mauser rifles,
and could not use the .30- 30 ammuni
CBigBBeat t Field Piece ta Ex
pected te A rive la Re-
paMfe Sooh.
Mexico City, Mex., June 26. The
Mexican government has awarded the
contract for the manufacture of SO
75-millimeter field guns to an English
company. These guns will be delivered
as soon as possible They will be used
in the campaign against the rebels in
the north. It is said that 12 of these
gunfi are en route to Mexico and will
reach the capital within a few daya
When the new guns arrive here the
Mexican artillery corps will have over
300 pieces of field artillery. It is said
that the intention of the present gov
ernment is to increase notably the ar
tillery corps of the army.
The effectiveness of the artillery
corps Is being increased dally under
the direction of Brig. Gen Rubio Navar
rete, commander in chief of the artil
lery corps. It is said that several new
corps will be organized.
It is reported that requests for ao'di
in 'i il J ioc is fmm I'luhuihua for th
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Mrs. & L. Daves, of 3715 St Louis
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Rebel Gaveraar af Soaora Gelag late
Air Ta Walek Ilattle
A ear Ortiz.
Douglas, Ariz., Julie 26. Governor
Pesquiera telegraphed from Hermosilla
to his junta here today that he would
leave the capital today to take an aero
plane flight with Didier Masson, the
French aviator over the federal lines
at Santa Rosa and San Lendro. Pes
quiera's message also stated that the
battle between the rebel forces and
Ojeda's army had been resumed, making
the seventh day of fighting since the
federal comma- der began the fight.
The money stringency from which
the rebel cause in Mexico Is suffering,
will be relieved within ten days by the
circulation of a $5,000,000 tsik note
issue, according to Roberta Pesquiera,
insurrecto representative in Washing
ton, it ho returned today.
Pesquiera on his way home, had a
conference with Carranca, the national
Insurgent leader, who estimated there
were 50,000 men under arms against
A telegram received here last night
from E. L. Pesquira, rebel governor of
Sonora, says the rebels at Ortiz yester
day succeeded in capturing a large
number of federal soldiers ini that the
main federal army was driven back in
the direction of Guaymas and that the
rebels would follow immediately. He
declared that the rebels expected to at
tack the federal outposts at Guaymas
by Friday.
A Douglas dispatch says: "By the
taking of the town of Ortiz Wednes
day, the Sonora troops secured four
armored trains in which Gen. Ojeda's
federal column originally advanced
north of Guaymas. together with large
quantities of food and medical supplies.
This information was contained in a
telegram from governor Pesquira. re
ceived Wednesday night by the local
rebel committee The message also
said that the federals were still hemmed
In by Gen. Obregon's troops and in
the fighting Wednesday they had failed
to break through the state lines."
Seattle, Wash.. June 26 R. W.
ftraeme, wanted by the federal author
ities at Phoenix, Ariz., in connection
with the smuggling of an aeroplane
across the boundary line into Mexico
last month, was arrested by a United
States deput- marshal last nieht on a
telegraphic warrant from Phoenix.
Graeme, who is 30 years old and
who said he was a resident of Doug
las, Ariz., said he was not opposed t
his removal to Arizona. He admitted
having crossed the international line
at Douglas in May 18. after he had
been engaged as a chauffeur by Frank
Ellas, a representative of the rebel
forces in Sonora, going by automobile
to the rebel camp, -where he was en
gaged to asemble an aeroplane driven
by Didier Masson. Graeme said h
rose with Masson after the aeroplane
was assembled, but he knew of no
bombs having been dropped.
Graeme said he left Mexico May 21
going to Douglas from Nogales, be
cause, he said, ne heard represp-
tives of the Mexican gQvernnvca4rere
looking for him. He wentoXansas
City, where he remained util he came
to Seattle a week agty He denied
that any munitions of ynx were takec
across the line when be made the auto
mobile trip.
Carrying tlw federal battle flag
which she saved from the rebels at
Cananea, Mrs. Delfina V. de Garcia,
wife of Capt. Pablo Garcia, of th
fifth regjjrient, Mexican federal army,
will pass through El Paso this week
en route to Mexico to receive th third
class decoration of military merit, the
cross of the legion of honor in Mex
ico. During the battle of Cananea,
Mrs. Garcia seized the standard of her
husband's regiment, carried it to her
home and hid it to prevent the rebels
finding it. This was done at the risk
of her ltfe. when the rebels were at
tacking the town. In recognition t
her bravery. Gen. Huerta has awarded
her the military decoration and she
wiU go to Mexico City in person to re
ceive the badge and deliver the tat
tered battle flag to the president.
r to the p
ix coSrari
Los Angeles, CaL, June 26. Adolfo
Villareal was arrested here last night
by the United States marshal's office
on a violation of neutrality charge
in connection with smuggling into
Mexico of an aeroplane used by the
Sonora insurgents. Although he was
dressed as a laborer, the authorities
declare that the Mexican Is aNman of
prominence and wealth.
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Some Democrats asserted that the
countervailing duty would be stricken
off, leaving wheat and flour on the un
restricted list on a parity with cattle
and meats.
Ta AaeHak Commerce Ceart.
House Democrats in caucus agreed
upon the abolition of the commerce
court as a party policy and, turning
deaf ears to pleas from their party
leaders, rejected application for the
creation of a budget committee to con
trol all appropriations
.Representative Brouasara, 01 iouis-
iana. champion of the commerce court. I
precipitated action on the mooted ques- !
tion by offering a resolution to author- j
ize hearings of the Sims bill to abolish
the court. Speaker Clark denounced j
the tribunal as useless and expensive, t
and representative Adamson. of Georgia,
chairman of the interstate commerce
committee, offered a resolution declar
ing it to be the sense of the caucus
that the court be abolished at the pres
ent session, dne care being taken to
protect and provide for jurisdiction
over pending and future litigation. The
resolution was adopted by viva voce
Table Baaget Systeau
Leader Underwood led. the fight for
the budget plan and had the support of
speaker Clark, representative Fitzger
ald, chairman of the appropriation com
mittee, and other powerful house lead
ers. Mr. Underwood declared that ap
propriations were running beyond
bounds under the present system and
urged reform through a. committee on
"estimates and expenditures" with con
trol fr all appropriations and with
povr"to fix the maximum of each ses-
OoDOsitlon to the proposition devel
oped immediately, led by representative
Tribble and representative Hardwick, of
Georgia. Representative Tribble in
sisted that a budget committee central
izing appropriations among, chairmen
and other ranking members would con
stitute "the most gigantic trust ever
Mr. Hardwiclfs resolution to lay the
plan qn the table was carried, 95 to 80.
btjrkbar"tnamed for
new mexico office
PreaMeat Wiltwa Nominate Saateaers
Barkhart, of AlaaaHera.ae. ta he
United State Atferaey.
Washington. D C- June 26. Sum
mers Burkhart. of Albuquerque, was
today nominated by president Wilson
to be United States attorney for New
Mr. Burkhart has been the personal
attorney for Gov. McDonald tor the
past two years.
Mr. Burkhart succeeds S. B. Davis,
jr.. of Las Vegas.
Other nominations by the president
Ministers- Albert G. Schmedemann,
of Wisconsin, to Norway. Benton Mc
Millen. of Tennessee, to Peru.
Consul at Milan. Italy. Nathaniel B.
Stewart, of Georgia.
Secretary of embassy. Rio de Jantero,
Brazil, J Butler Wright, of Wyoming.
Secretary of legation. Missouri. Fred
M. Dearing. of Missouri.
Member of the Isthmian canal com
mission, Richard Lee Metcalf, Lincoln,
To be commlsisoners of the District
of Columbia. Oliver P. Newman, for
merly of Des Moines, la.; F. L. Sid
dons, of the District of Columbia.
Members of the commission on In
dustrial relations: Frank P. Walsh, of
Kansas City, Mo.. John R. Commons, of
Wisconsin: Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. of
New York: Frederick A. Delanov of Chi
cago; Harris Weinstock. of California;
S. Thurston Ballard, of Kentucky- John
B Lennon. of Illinois: James CCon
nell, of Washington, D. C: Austin B.
Garretson. of Iowa.
Commissioner of immigration at San
Juan. Porto Rico, Lawson E. Evans, of
"Washington. D. C. June 2 Justice
James W. Gerard, of the New York state
supreme court, has been selected by
president Wilson to be ambassador to
Germany. Justice Gerard was origin
ally slated for Spain.
An important post, not in the diplo
matic service. Is soon to be offered to
Augustus Thomas, playwright, accord
ing to present plana There is also
talk of Maurice Francis Egan. minister
to Denmark, being transferred to Spain,
but no confirmation was forthcom'ng
The embassy to France Is still being
held open for William F McCombs, the
Democratic national chairman. Jt was
reiterated today that within a year
Charles R. Crane of Chicago would be
come ambassador to Russia.
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Gtovaamt Aasebtt ix Woaaded While
Artemptfag Elade Felice Cer-
m at Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake Cm, Utah. June 26
Trailed by a woman. Giovanni Anselmo,
a tailor. 23 years old, lies in the jail
hospital ward today seriously wounded,
as a result of .his attempt to escape a
cordon of police that had closed in on
him. Anselmo. It is alleged, slashed
Peter Mas! with a razor and then shot
and killed policeman Thomas H. Grif
fiths. ho placed him under arrest.
Brandishing a revolver in his hand,
Anselmo broke from the shed of a rela
tive where he had taken refuge, when
Mrs. D. L. Cook led the police to the
spot where be had taken refuge.
Anselmo escaped a crowd of pari
suers yesterday after shooting Griffiths;
He avoided arrest until late last night,
when Mrs. Cook, who had been watch
ing for him. saw him enter the house
of his uncle She telephoned the police
and probably will receive a reward of
The trouble started with Mas! in a
saloon over a game of carda Anselmo.
who hd been drinking, says he re-memh-
nothing of scooting down
Santa Rosa. N M . June 26. Roy
Summers, who Is being held here to
await the action of the grand Jury on
the charge of assault with intent to
kill, made a third attempt to escape
custody and was recaptured after a hot
chase, a short distance north of town.
His third attempt was made as the
jailer started with him to cut some
wood. Summers was in chains, but had
cut them in some manner, and as the
door was opened, made a break for the
hills north of town. Summers was
committed from Vaughn.
The marriage of George Sena, count)
clerk, and Miss Matilda Henderson,
daughter of a prominent ranchman of
Elvira, was solemnized Wednesday at
the church at Puerto de Luna.
Agent R. D. Miller, of the Southwest
ern, has been transferred to Torrance,
and has been succeeded b T C
Slaughter, who comes here from the
Koik riourtain iuntr
lou ran Nfitp n f arliurt !e
I -
Clatskame, OOregon, June XS. By
appling for a pension as the daughter
of an officer of the union army in the
civil war. Mrs Miller French, of this
ilace, has learned that her father
t 'aft Lewis Hunt, believed to have been
killed in battle, is living and si a resi
dent of Tarrytown. NT ,
Mrs French believed her father was
dead, and was undeceived until she re
ceived word from the war department
that her father himself was a pension
To Regain a Healthy
Girlish Complexion
(From the Feminine World.)
Jf you would have a clear fresh, girl
ish complexion, one ounce of ordlnari
mercolised wax will aid jou in this
direction more than shelves full of cos
metics. It produces a natural beaut
This wax. procurable at anv drugstore
completelj absorbs a bad complexii"
revealing the healthv jouis skin ur
derneath. Its work is done so grad
ually, day by da. that no inconve--venlence
is caused The wax is ap
plied at night, like cold crt-am, and ri -moved
in the morning itu soap an''
Another valuable rejuvenating treat
ment this for wrinkles is to bath
your face in a solution of powdertd
saxolite. 1 oz.. dioled in 1-2 piit
witch hazel. This has a remarka1
action '-i smoothing out the lines ind
"firmins: up" the looe tissue Auur
tiMTint Suits Cut
Now to
$12.75, $16.75, $21.75
107 San ntonio street.
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