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THE EVENING ITERALD. ALETTQTTntCnrE, W. It, SATURDAY, JUL? 17. 1815. cmiES I'JlHOnUHDSi IH S0II01 heett titled dni U. to Ihetr point held, r.t'ATM-K AMI Tumil'iO J Wanhlnatnn. July IWmnr Onnular Agent Carother reported to. dav thai milet t.revallcd Mff I JCa: utecae and Torreon. II i (however, l believed to hve been de , tnyc.t na other report to the depart Iment uny Villn'a force' abandoned i Eacatecne to the Cwrranxa army and tetreute.l north word toward T.r reon, deatr ln th railroad Villa ! ra il. irWJ at Torreon. . Vllln retreat northward from Carried 1 AiuaM allnitxa and Ma evacuation ! Maytcrcna? Troops, ftwai vMfi A , m(lllwry barvrra u p- pear that arrann troop" are lly forcing hla army HP Into the tiorthea-l corner of Mei.-o. The Villa rcpintatlve here, however, nay the retreat and a aland near Torreon are part of hla plan to prevent raptur of hla rominunli atioin with th bor der. Nothing la heard of tor Villa column In the a.nith. reported making a drive on Mexho rity. Southern Pacific Trains Kos tile Because They 1 Proclamation. (Br K "! HeraM '"1 I Ix.u.lun, Aria.. July lT.The Southern I'ai'inc railroad opciutin totween N..ilea and Ouaymaa n Soi.ou, Mexico, haa been declared ho-l.le to the Car?a!ia retime by a I rot.. loaned lut Mnht ill Hpar.Wh ' Anu I'rlcH by Oeneral fIK ! iau of the transportation of troop"! cf th "rebel governor Majli.rena." I Th nt If v that all Houthern. K;n ine train nenrciorin -in ...... entered hi.jtile and punaenger riding thereon do r-o at ttieir ow n rink. the raiiia will he nul.ie.t to attack k" Ilia f;irran tioop. It ia understood her that the mil road company will tuk the irjtt'T up with the rtnte department In Wnrhlnaton to requcrt General Cr- ra.a to order teneral lalleg to withdraw hla declaration. I Two former euatuma employe at Apua I'rleta, who are charged with beln !! In havm attempted t n-ilf Villa troops of the aurprla niovement enrompaneed Thuceday wheaj S.ima rarrfinx aolj.e.-v a't to hnva routed Villa furvea near C'' ullona, w ill be executed, ai- ording to ilvifR received her. SEfJ. SULZER SAVES IISEIF WHEIl HIT BY ft CAR aaaniaMB Jumps on Auto And Holds Fast; Carries Can of Lin' seed Oil and His Pipe Through It All. Minn err ill is i l .1 1 1 i r tSUIfUni lilLL ULL GENERAL STRIKE AT GOmCEPORT Employes and Employers Fail ; to Reach Agreement and Hen Will Resort to Last Weapon Next Week. Vll-I. TO M KI". AN AfTIVK HI K.N' TVt TTi Torreon, Mi-.. July ',. (leneral Kriiin lain Villa hna announced that t e 111 not wait for Carranxa'i eom- tn.inrierit to tnah the Hrst mow. He in. r.lnnirrl arllve intnpalxna In the elnlea of Xem u I-eon and t'oahuila. lind elfotla to ra-oien the roal flelda about Monrlova. HaMnan and l'atro t'.nin will he made at orif If ha ad hirea to hla preaent Intenllora. Ieierat Haoul Madero. brother "ft the Inte preeident. arrived here yea trrdy from Taredon, a town eaal of l'orreon. to confer wlih Villa resard jn Ma plana. Madero will bo In rharic of th major operallona at of here. It waa aahl. Villa hiia-glvrn order that repair work on the rail road to th coal mines b expedited Ba murh a poaibl. It wa not believed by officer her that obregon rouid attaik the main army Juet aouth of Torrent! for many du and perhapa weeka alne Villa hue deciroyed ronrldorable part uf the railroad between Torreon anu yji-ateBii. Villa believe that Ubre i.gn'a line of loiniuuiili atiott la elill Interruiled although Oeieral Ito doiru Flerro who got behind Obre gon ai d who took ijueretaro, alio I wtihout cotnmuniiatlon with hi baa her. Villa artillery ha arrived within hi new line from the south. It 1 undiT command of Oeuernl Job Maria Jurudo and Munuel Zenvedra, alibouph the lutter now la In the boHpltal here being treated for a wound received in the fighting at iguaaialientea. Torreon haa been placed Jemporar- llv In the Hat of prohibition town. Villa ordered all aaloona closed and promised ever puninhment for any one deleted celling Intoxicant. Th machinery of the railroad ahop that wa taken from Altuaa Calient ia being; limtalicd here. It Ic not admitted oy Villa that ru!tlllo . hna been loat and the claim or t ar ranta'a agt-iiia mat 1'ledru Negra Btate Senntor' J. F. Hulr.r, carry Inn a ran of llnaeed oil nnd a pip, wua truk by nn automobile at I roadwuy and t'entral avenue thic morning. When tho aenitor ond the car were aepuruted h atlll hud the run and the pip. He wasn't muih hurt. The aenutor Kl.irli'U to croaa Cen tral avenue n the autonuiiilo, a louring cur. 'approached. The aenn toe Ktoiiped and o did the car. Then l.oth alarted ng:ln, and cam toaether. Aa the car a'.rurk him Uenator tulaer. utile diMiile hi year, eprung on It ! 11 J hung fast by one uf the lump. He could do It without letting go ol hia ran and hi pip, becauaa the can required only one hund and the pipe wua In hla mouth. The act raved him (rum being dragged anil aeverely hurt. rMander hurried to the enator' aid and without regarding hl wluhe at all they upporled him '- lii noiialy to the Hffchiand drug etore. When they releaned hint In the ilrtiK store nnd turned to tell the clek what hnd huppened and what would 1 required Iminedlalely, I he aenator walked out of the More, lalinly puff ing the pip. He luuxhed at the Idea of going buck nnd being doctored. Kxcept for a hruu-e on hi leg and little cut on l:ia hand, he anul, he waa i' right. 'i'm too ncrobatlc for thoae fel Iowa," h chuckled. Iljr Keening herald la4 "lnn !rl'lgeiort. Conn.. July 17.' J. J. Kfppler, International vh president of the machinlat union, who hemlel coioinlltee which today went to th lai! of the Itemlnaton Anna com pany to preneiiV demanda formulated ty u atrike meeting of the ItrldKe poit ma. Iilniata lout night, announced today tha a gt nera.1 atrike of mn- chinietH would b railed on Muriluv. l' auld Mujol Walter !. I'enlleld, aeneinl mnnuger of the Heminglon Arm and An.niiinlllon company, hud refoiM'd to deal with the roiiimlltee. Th entire aturf of pattern maker at toe I .Mile Torpedo Hunt company Vert on airike today. They demand that the aalllna ahlp wa hiding a ilbmarlne. if thin I enn't auy.' Thomn II. Ornhnm of l.lverpovl Interrupted Hrwenkranta to expn-ea hi firm conviction that aurh wa the can. "We pnaeil the ailing ahlji nt a convlderalile dlnlance, ilhvltii? don I hla. moat of u forgot hi t ," Koeen kranta continued. "A lew minute afler we hud lift her behind, I auw a white etrcak coming toward ua. I wuan't ure nl rimt It w.i a xtr.uk. am h a the wake of a torpedo, hut the iuellon anon nettled. "It waa a torpedo. When it l peaied to be half a mile or ao o'f the Krduna aeemed to Jump ahead and a aeroitd itlterwurd Kwerveil to on aide. It looked then a if the torpedo would atrike. Hut It did not It pawned more than ten y.ud behind the rudder.-' , The pwmengera turned their glanae, then upon Hie aulttng ahip uiil tried in make out her iiuim. iliiihiim a.iid he thought khe wa "Norniuiii " at rill in recorda here lotituin no Nornoinle in the lixl of aalliiig vih aela. A near approah tin name, however, ia that of American hark Normandy. The Noiioumb re hi hed Liverpool on July . 12. three daa after the on) una wa attacked, from llulfport. Ml. - I'pon her al 1 1 v ii I nt l.iverHiol per crew aaid nhe wa atopped by a Herman atibmar tie iVtv Milieu ofT the eon tlu nut iouM of Ireland. Kriday nlKhU July . and Wa forci'd to lift MM u Hhield for tbc nn Increaae In wage of three cent auniiiarin. which hid hrelf limn an an hour. Thy now receive forty-four upproacning yearn w tii. h proved i" enta, be me rtiianinn ateamcr Ijro. I The aubmnrlne auluio med. iic i oril Init to the Normiindv a ' lew. Ti n Aih ording to Mr. Keppler and John (1. Johnaon, vice prenident of the Hi r net urn I Iron Workera who mccoih pnnled liim, they hud been Informed Mint the Itemlngton Arm company had no reitaon to denl with th com mittee of the tinlun until the mm htn- luta in the Hemtngton ahopa actually Were efTected. ' mlnutea Inter the crew aaw the l.fo blown up. The Normandy wua forced to act n n ahield for the auoniiiriue, the crew an nl, upon thlc.it of ill -at ruction. ThU occurred, the crrw iwld. on the night of July . The ir.lun.i wa attacked on the mortiliia or .Inlv II A apeclul meeting of the m.n hln- ,. (he a-ene of th ulla. k wan about lata hna been called for tonight when th renult of the committee' trip to the teiiilngton plant will be mnde known to the member. ' "neveral meellim of other union having men working In the llemlnK ton pisut were aluo called for to niKhl. lteprenentativea of th machinist union, armed with th authority of the atrlk vote taken lnt night, were to make two proponitlon today to of IIiIuIk of the Itemington Arm com pany, where there rot been aerlou illaagreement between th labor orgun iuitlona over the union membership of the inillwrlKht. I'nllure to pecure Ihe demand. It la exiiected. bring on the general atrike which the oillcer uf the machlnl!' union have been impnuored to call. roliibiilon Not to Ip Itcfrrrml. Iienver. July IT. John I. Itiimer. ci ntiiry of Mate, toilav rejecteit ine petition to refer to the voter the iw providing atatutorv peiiultle lor the enforcement of Ihe etatewiue rohllotion. Hamer'a .otlon waa baaed on the opltiloii of Attorney ieiier.il Fred Farrar. that the law llbl not be legally refer'ed. DRUIEI1 W GOES TO SLEEP ACROSS R. R.T RACKS Switchman Finds Him Be fore Train Come Along; Another Slumbering Souse Reported Dead to Police. 3 Of t'lHii'H:', hlii' i (Hn'iIi'HM t il but in)t ill I lie Ii'inf w iii -1 ii-il. She kiuiWM tnlv tM) !! ht.w I'lliii' IK'TLV we tUII t li lill il oilttli tllilt IlilH UtDiiti- Knt It'll. She Ii.ih 1 1 -It'll UK Irt ful l-. WlH'll II JiDWII ImH IIMII M Ktiilfil or j'itKxi'; u Hiiit la i tniHH -'himii tt'il ;'' ivph l havt' luKt tlu-ir fit Kliiu-Kg or v pint of Iht -wnrilrolK- lltt'OH ' IfjllVl'lllllilll,', nlif. lillOlS V lit K' Ut Ht'llll. Thti AISSOM'TK rilH:TVCi: Unit nur t iikIo ini'iH hiivi in iih in jinlty uimmI t'viiloiif v ff mir AIMIi ITV TO HATISI-'V. Wo tun IiYi: iiihI CUKA X A X VT11I NO 1 1 v un OrAltAXTKI'3 to l'LKAKi: vor. ROYAL Dye Works and HATTERS 4(j:t Y. (Vh tnil , 1'JIOXIMID. r.uiidalune tiomuile. who wa re liorti-d to no dead on the kiiih trout of the sntu Ko tntlon lant niuht. faced Judke t'raig In the coin thin morning. ' lie wua only puitly come lo life, belli In the throe of la hatiKover. but he wua auftlcictit l rllf Unlet) f"r police court pL'l poe. liuadiilune laid Into ilown on Ihe inrioia luat Mifht, ifti-r larefully put itinK a whlaky bottle and a tin of t liinio on hi hat. and went to elee I'iixaerHhy auw him, and the depth of III elumlier wa bom belief Thiv were Kiire he w.ih ilead. and no reported to the polan. I'ollce I man Hhiilt wa nt to lake fhurit of the corpHe. Slum mide il clone examlnulion than did the pm--rfi and he had Cuiulnltip carted to the atatlon holme Inxlead of the morgue liumliihine hnd no cxciin thli nioriilng for gelling drunk nnd ixclt lllir the city and Ihe police force. II drew fifteen day In Jail. A like aentetire wan punned on Fmnciaco flardinn. I'ram ln wan I not aa caiilloiin n drunk ua wa liiunl- nlupe. I'mnclnco pit ked out no nott rwnrd for bin imp tior tliKponi-d hi ifteita fo catifnlly. lie merely lav down un he w.'-ri in Ihe Hanta Fe i truck under the viuilin t. nnd b it the rent to Provide n- e. Since he very drunk, I'loMdence saw lo It that a aw'itchman rutin- alontr before u tr.iln. The awllehnian fallvd I'ollce m.in Main nnd the policeman hud Frnncinco hauled lo the elation nnd oal of danger. twenty mile from the npot where the; Leo wnii aiink. ! The captain of the Normandy, how ever, denied the ntory told by tlo'l to inbern of the crew. The bark wan Mopped by Ihe aiibmai inc. he tci.ilj but wan ullowed to proi eed with noioJ ol the Li'o'a crew-. Itenuttiiug hla narrative of the at t:n k, Huron Hon. nk ratitr -aid "A ehort time afie, I le t upedo aiipped puxl the nti-rti - it lna have been filtffii miiiuti-n. it m.iy have beet) half un lloul'- i mil, mat ine uiiie into alitht. We .r not i.e i iaily niirpnned to 'e her. loit whal did nurprlne H wan her location. The lorpeu.i had come at un Iroto the poll nnd the aiilimarme lie, I now loomed up wua ulialt our ntarliourd ipmrter. "VI nny late nhe opined fire on u Immediately, she hi i-i.ii i to have the range, loo. The llrt nhll .'11 iiiicoinforvil ly done and tlmw up i fountain of water t'apt.un Tulor nwerved ngain and nhowed the e ill -marine otil' the liner' n'eit,, o-iktnu an ntnnll a tiirgct aa iioihl i:,. ' liefor' Ihe lirwt nhoi van f.r.'l. however, immeiliaterv att.-r :ln t. r peilo ininneil un, the ntwuiil ran o the Btateronm and fold Ihe pnen er to get ready. Moat of the p i enger were nnleep. They dreneeil hiitrledly and when th flrn nlmt Mrd were nanemliled on tin uppel deck. A a further precaution !'. I. put on a lifebelt. "Th cond hot pa nee I i.vcr tu hernia of the pllanellger. We could henr Ihe Mreaiu of the ahell. Ap piirenily Ihe obmnrlne wan ivlmiu at Ihe bridge nnd the wlielenn. We heard the wirebna crackle and alter ward learned tliat the captain had ncnt out a wireleaa call for help "The third nhot rnme within a f minute. It punned very clone o-el the deck. II m enied to grnae olu of Ihe I Ife lion tn. Ill a few aeconda ll'e ofllcern nhouted an order. There np i Hred to be no Xf llelllelil oil li e nurface. All abourd. pueneiiKel'. crew nnd oftlcer. Heemed alm. " 'All pnnnenger to Ihe deck be low,' wan the order. "It Wa obeyed iuiiklv. The pin iel.lt em went doW II, th llfehoalii will loweled 1'he paimeliaela unnetiihted In Hi. Ir plucen at the lir. ln.alH aa be tore. "I went below Willi II. y wife but loilliln l nee very well, im came back up on the upper deck. I tiled eepe- ciaty in get m.ine new n lo her Iden tity. The un wua nhliilni: and tin nea wa iinioolh. 'Afler the third nhot the real chae began. Throiirh my glannen I could nee ihe no l.tua i lue ' oming fant A roitrih eliot kIi mi led over our he nil. ' The firduiLi wa gaining Khe run u nlgxug co.iine, nil the tune allowing the nubtnailne only the ntein and out maioiiyerimt h.r IHilninr. 1'he din lance grew longer, nnd after nhoiil half nn hour the nhoin ceiiKeil and the nil lima i ine dlHiipi.eared. "Some Utile time later it "mall vea r. whlih wan evidently a converted ii. ht cum clone by and nteumed with u for u little dlntance. Afterward I learned that thin Tennel nun a war irilp nnd I wan told that rotir Hrltlnli Wuinhipn had annwerej the uirelenn r lie ordiina und haa nturte.l to war.ln tin They wile turned buck when ne were out of datin.i. "1 cantiol. therefore, underntund why no new of the attack bad readi ed Au.cl.ru. tor it wlm certail.lv fiiiovvu to Hie llrith tidti.lt-ilty. .Not .un I uiidei.-tand why the adinirally failed to Kite Uri CoIivii'. ' The ia we nailed, u few ili.urn be. tote we wi ll- all, o Ai-ti, we p.iMeil Hie White Star liner Adriatic, la.un.l in from New V..ik. She wan ...moved ly two tufp do voo;n.'' AcloUlll.i of the paw-eng'T. WlTe i.leiitl.iil un to th). ull.nk with the exception of the f.p t thai tew of them now Ihe b.Kniiiitig whin the 'orp.-.l" ik.m In un. bed, (.1 the fin ig nil gave tl.e Kame veiioii. The iirduna i- the neuent of the t llliar.l trann-Atl.llltlc fleet. She vv.o.; built ot in Ifant .itnl made her maiden voyatte to tliln port l.i-l liclol.er. Wheal itiniKli'.l nhe wan inlnnled lor the Mnith.rn trade as a t.niii i hip; but t th itbreak of the war wa. i ch.i ig.il nii, placed 111 the true ! A I lo in ic crvi. e, i.ik.ng Ihe pi i. . o! ' noiae i. .rue i iinar.l llneti w i h.l i .. vv n f I oill t II" :a- V li c. Specials FOR MEN Special Prices WWHM'll Selected from a Il IjAW' for completeness Pi myVMm anJaualUu. (S2ffl?ra All Fancy f 1-2 PRICE 1 for Saturday Only All Straw Hals $1.00 InienVoVcn Sill Hose for Saturday only, regular 7Cp price 5()c, 2 pairs ..." J U Lisle Hose, regular price 25 cents, Saturikui CI Aft 5 pairs jot J)I.UU E. R. STEAN THE MAN'S SHOP 218 W. CENTRAL. PHONE 335. flat of Ohio, niy nf Toiede, I Lura t'oun-y an. j Frank J. Cheney mnVe oath that he I nenior partner of the firm of F. Cheney Ac to, doing bllMili. a in th C:iy of Toledo, County and. Statu uforenuld, nnd that anld Arm will lay Ihe nu in of tiXK llt.'NUKFD lL- LA US for en. h nnd every c i of t'atutrh that cannot be cured by the une nf IIAIJ.'A rATATll'.ll CI'KK. FHANK J. CIIKNKV. Pworn to before me and aubncrlbed In my pieience, Hit (th day of lember, A. I). 1S. (Heal) A. W. OLEAStlN. Notaiy Public. IInII' Cutarrh Cure I taken In- lerniilly and act directly upon tha lood and mucin urface uf tha tyatem. Send for leni imoniaia, rre. K. J. CIIKNKV ft CO., Toledo, o. K.'ld by add liriiKgintn, 7tn'. Tun Hall Kuimly I'tllg for cmiatl-patlon. 218 1 TTVi e Jiac rrice The following letter from the Cadillac Motor Company to its dealers explains itself: .1 he C ad! Broken Lines of Walk Over $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes. Now Selling for $1.90 the pair. E. L. WASHBURN CO, GERMAN UNDERSEA t, tntuunuttuutttmttmtmmuttmtimtt ANCIENT BURIAL GROUND UNCOVERED AT BAYARD filver City, N. M., July 1?. An nn clent Indian burltil ground hn been uncovered at Fort ltnyard by on 'rnetor excavntln for Ihe new t -H.-Ob il ambulant honpllul. -Alrwsidihulf a donen kleton hnW been flu lip together with numeroti crudn .iie.-rLinliel nnd oinaineiil made i,g iurUoU" The Hnd hi. a nroiiol 1.onlderiihle"Htereat and ha attracted nunieroiin curio huniern. It la believed that y.arx ago n hand of Apa. hen lined the npot to bury their dead. Theao hurli-l grotindH are not liiiiiminl In Ihi pitrt or New Mexico, where thia tribe held aloionl un.lix pnled away In Hi tally da pf the outliWeal.' (Ciintlnucd from Pa:e One) tuck In accordance with Internation al law, wan in pr o II' e ol.n r. mi! that procedure. tin that theory much hope had been built for the nucceneful effect ol the diplomatic rcpr. !. tutlnrm broiif-'ht about by the Luxitania, ilin anter. In nupport of tbeir Iheory " li. iuln had pi. lilted out that the I'.rlt txh ehlp Aiiiieiuan and Annlo-Cull-foiiiinti, on both or which American liven were l.mt, weie wanted before altu.ke.l. Inaxinin II un both attempt e. to i r ape und une actually did lilt ri.ltcd Htuten held It could Itlv Itn fciil.Je.tx In tli.-ne ilium no relief. The view that t'.crmany wa now coi, ducting her mibmunne warfare lit uciordancu with th prim Iple for which the I'nlled Klalen conlendn ha-, been o confidently enlcrlnineil in of ficial quarter that Ihe attack on tin Iirduna came aa little Ion limn a xho.k. only ycxtcrday c.iiit von Hernm.rfT, the Hermnn iiini..ix-u...i, l-Xpri-i-ned to Kei letaly l.aniiuK bl-1 conftdeiice that I hit e vioui, not another din.ii.ier like the I.UMta'u.i x. In. ri n llnxenkr .nu. o f .1 H'.ul' with the captain on the l.tulce, xanl. We left l.iveipool ,il.,,nt :II o. lock on the attetuoon of ThurHdity lb kill. At 6 !') o'clock Hie f il nt tol'f.eiio wax fired. ' A few ininuicn before that, how evi r. we xii w 11 ntnall nailing xhip uheiid of tlx. She bad two American Hugh painted on Ihe aide that wan turned to iih. "Ciiptnin Taylor apparently became unp. ioim of Una boat. We noticed Hint Ihe coiiiM- id I lie xhlp wan 1 In. tilted I'1'1' "o v.ncl ahead would l.e given a wide bet Hi I could x. e th. I we would punn i.hflo of her If we kept lo Ho- new lolllne 'Some of thoae a bout d believed Detroit, Michigan, June 17, 1915 SUBJECT: The Cadillac Price The Cadillac price is an honest price it has always lirrn and it always will he. The Cadillac is designed and constructed in accordant:? with Cadillac standards and Cadillac ideals. The cost to produce the resulting quality nnd inherent value governs the price: a pre detei mined price docs not govern the quality. If the Cadillac price were hased on the actual worth of the car, in comparison with other cars, the Cadillac would he the highest priced car on the market. Whatever policies other makers find expedient or necessary to adopt, cannot stem the tide of Cadillac populaiity nor impede the constant growth of Cadillac prestige. On the contrary recent developments have served only to acknowledge, to endorse and to strengthen the Cadillac position and to increase the sale of Cadillac cars. To reduce the price of the Cadillac would necessarily demand a depreciation of its quality something to which this Company never has and never will resort. There is justification for increasing the price lather than for reducing it in fact, an advance in price will unquestionably be necessary. No Cadillac owner has ever been obliged to suffer an exasperating and humiliating depreciation in the value of his car on account of its maker, under stress of circumstances, being compelled to reduce his price. Look back on automobile history and you will find that the great Cadillac mechani cal advances have been the only ones of impoitance which were first year successes. The Eight Cylinder Cadillac stands as the most advanced typs of motor car. Its V-type Engine is just one year in the lead, in point of development, over all other American V-type engines. It is the only American V-type engine which has PROVEN itself. Today's purchaser of a Cadillac secures a value, a satisfaction and a service which is not obtainable IN ANY OTHER CAR. More than 12.000 owners testify that it is a DEMONSTRATED success. And the visible demand is not yet half satisfied. Cadillac Motor Car Company, E. C. HOWARD, Sales Mgr. STRONG AUTO COMPANY Cadillac Dealers for New Mexico 708 West Central Ave. Phone 257 Albuquerque, New Mex.