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rvuiafa- flrtrV. 'J Luna wuuty 3ukhj1iNmm YV V7 .. is t ttudm of Tk Aasxicis hw MBUg DAILY C0UR!E!T Km ""atiJiBiS jwnoo 4pnr, taw ts-A aWr Mtui Atato Baron t, tut lUJlan jaw ytqwlrt, 1vp k viviri picture of mm imm rymmn irmu Ml M mmiIHIiiii nf In nun .. Jir ifaiteo city In I ho vttn atta! v, iwwi unu aa . R g r to Umi aaoam; wsmsi t who mm," Um . i 1 J" , ware wMnomtM, iurtwat , saaastwewsr aaatw tooayo mm bw- L"rWMwy ,MI Uh fl that flFWIIJgjWUy, JWw hi en. rSCJ Bwtml uuate htm y. " WIIIh twm to fifr khm hi the bilk: 'You raw mm wn-1 "r m-n jeuroey in 1913 iM Ml ttrHH aaa uv UJ in lauan u .. ' ijiti rr m publMird hy R Unl - "I foHawod Don Vanustrsno when ,fce fe BatttHe in tU with m men " s iwrew movo assainsl Huerln. Taster I a lesrvln t)w capital Willi kWlS be. tH-nSnklv. mltniwi nr I.I. wJ. t mh writing, seated on a ba g? two m ine fMYMOenUM supply f; fko HwwlMUon which pre-JjM-Jta Uttei yards terribt. 'tjgfcy has liit power to Organize iimi miiibj, i no expedition appears ttiorwaiu amount of lgago). JuHimw in a ea of limit of Harra. gm wiet to urouso thn wonder Of Ilia, bourfcolse in the I'anpo ii la Refowm." Al Apitaco ho recorded: "Wonl hu )cl (bit tho last threo Iralm Iwvo bem lotU It appear tint good luck It willi Don Vcnuiliano. The VOrd 'lr"llnn' It nn nvnrv llr Tt.i cltitrns are Jammed In Ihc car llko! wuwpi. uur march is like mat of herd of uvmm, flin mllllary Iralna nrd filled with oldlera who navo woiwni mcir ehildrrn, dome llo anwt(, dnm, chickens, and par rot. Their women ratmo the (treat ei iltoerder. In tho traini are more njm permifM ami of tknn "u Mnw WW are women and rlill. wall, cry, cot, rob m,i tnitinfa,roarew. "In ftnwil nr I Im Tuwa.liiDili.l ImU . It a.Uwurlniu millnuA lujtij ... tynnxn oi nuioreanitauoii mil inn Hioralty. A number of 'girla.' elo. ttanlly .dreaied, and a few elcjant youths, commenl and wave from the winnows, nicy apiear like nicnlck era. "We Icavo San Marcos at nlslit with Ihe llghln out, for tho enemy menaces tho reargtiard and flanks. ino in win oi me irainmvn lias iieen noticeable allien wo loft Mexico City. Air lirMA hnm llUantwarftl fmm mma of Die trains ami withdul brakes iyey iiirraien to crasn into the one preceding lliem. Water 1 iK-comln? acarcc. There has been no military discipline since we left the capital. Tho trooi are demoralited. The leaden net independently, dcneral) Muiniila runs everything, "The first ohola break the morn ing itllmrM. On horseback, followed boulrbtio aide, Don Venuillano ad aneci at a trot. Tho first wounded arrive. There are few medical sui. .plies and the girls' of Ihe feminine train offer their petticoats a hand BfcJ.. Nobody had limr hi think of medical dressings, but tho lions of llarrafffttt were not forgotten. The President returns. He per sonally led forward tho ravnlry on the right falnk when they began to rellre. Miirgula has flanked the en emy, and defeated him. Under a meiult-buh a deputy is roasting am MN la orwintainft ire ma swp ararar it rtwatn. MM'at mm from fhe titwentttsi f-v'wf msm w vera urus U www. mmm aes M fMIsr "Msunakii amtvM. --' ' - - inn viermM UWOM MTM, I u order of laa da ssaMwim fmn um vnemy. ta it OWisjwi tkat iha Iralna hn i Use prssMml, If h wHla. k aUowttf M nfBWW K VMft IM, PB fMi aaofis. Dm wwok mut N Mgianf Ms MmI mn m am met. tum mm t ( roc. a 'Ohkrws baa ufalii llli i awl. Waa. but ona (prati sasfbst. INj not know mm. CtaaWi. kx is ave- MMWMlrf W MujUaJ b'a aiiw mttvea at mm bm. . I as arouwd by a terrific smm inc. UaUIit bujI rlvUteu luv. lacked the Boleitod rch ef Ms hogs. Soon the ears resemble continue o-ir journey en fast Tits water problem trofUtaties wwolvee". imiers nave oeen w mirn the rccoras oi ino general stsvfr. "An .Jdrtikne is In flv mm- lh enemy Hues. It has gasoline tec one nour. eaniana (ine avMtor) returns. Ma lIU lilf WM urn aitf.f.iltnl. Tl. convoy is lost. Violent nring Is re sumed. TliA rtreililonl'a lurluip W.ir. denel with arms and ammunition, expalnt how our artillery should be used. It would he enormously ridic ulous If It were not an terribly tragic, xne sounera' women stoical Iv eoniuiun ennVlnir "Mlllnft rriKtlnrll Allirn.lln Ulll.n governor of tho slate of Mexico) Is urougm vck. lamuy snoi through llm lifl Dllinr- wn.in.ll Thern srn nn ilrwlnm nn mnillrlnn"' The final moment has come. The presKieni iim nrtiereu the tralnst abandoned and the march to San Andres begun on fool. I have Md Carransa good bye. Ills smile was aad, but his voice firm aa lie said. lou saw rue. siari my rn-st jewncy In IWH and you will see my hvl in twn. "I n. mCarrauza returns from the front it a aa-llon. The firing is hwreBtwr.'TW:r1rW''Mln RTwtti: Ing. t see my old friend fleneral jacinio irovino, lie is placing sen tinels around tho treasure train. At Ills fceL in a cave, the Hon ruin nf unrragan are gnawing a nmxiy lione. VAUEY OB. IBL Bly Courier rejHwiefr v4ssiU.t4a aMir Ml well awl foutisl MM IMa. an ami M aHtnl sWfoyjtt UrtsUw hiwl ttmtid -fe-. mmt " wre reporter afrml 'Tba traios tmmi 'VmW' tnWk Ike drilling was U4- nm mmtm. 'y-ll.sbaiTisSa, i I. (Ho -lnth cable wan wilh- M tne -iwiicr" was atarli'a the bolloin of tho wrlt-U- i aeefl as the bailer reached hot K Was Starlnl nn IU nlnrii li-fn kaafcr was a thick crcaiuy-Whlll ice as ii nowrii inui the slusu Till "SHMIISil rMMnMlfC (lly Assocfsled I'rcss, NOIiAI.KA Arix. Juno la.-Amerl can Jan music. Inlnxhiced in Ko- gales iSonorn, Mexico) cafes and cBimrvis, is siowiy winning im way lfltl thn liPfl nf lUchl llfA nalnnn among uie rrsiuenis oi ino Mexican town. "Willi Ihn MrTlrnn nnlrnni nf mi establishment at first preferred Ihe nnilvn nrrlit-lr innKIn in wlih-n they had been aucuslomed so long." said one rafo proprietor, "many of mem are gradually adopting the Alnerlr-nn vnrntinliMl vni-lnli. nnil I predict tliat before many weeks jazz win iw mi an even piaue w(in uicir own airs. I have noted' a constant Increase In Mexican nalronaire since I Ins tailed Jui(muslc." Wniriin MnnniL K. t rvtmrl great deal of tourist traffic, I siaL IIIIIIUIIHIIIIIIIIHilltHIHHmH Onyx rHTl . "71 Night of Comedies 'SHERIFF NELL'S COMEBACK' rVrcmuhig HiuikIiIiio Comedy In , Tu Tarts AUiQ MVTT and JEFF - AM) A HIPIWIAIUNO Christie Comedy Hi Dimi-in anlil in llmeslone and with the preset i-iuitMiu'iik nn couin omy maKo aoui rive or six feel a day. (look) lime, lie added, would tie nmdo after he gut through tho present hart) one, as In all probability he would nriso sanu. Tho greatest dlfflcully al prcsen is water. Thn raalntr U full i,l. tO Wlihln flflV (.! II f llm ...rt.nu wl do far Dili has been unable Irf fitllll it off. The lop cmlng Is six Indies in marneier and the lower Is 4, and If it Is found Imiirnrflrnlili. In u In n milCll T?aler dentil Willi llm nroai ent 4 Inch it will be withdrawn and' additional 5-Inch sultstKuteil and then later nn Din l.lnrh will hn aovieu. Thn one Ihiublo with this pniK osllion is thai I lie original racing was cemented and it is a jjuellon whether tho cement will permit rei movai. In an ivi-nl ilrlllltiir o ill Iw. ..n ilniteH lurivn Imnra a Hnv mil II nil Is discovered, ChUvt is reached or someimiig in tne way or a Disastrous accident happens. On tho return trip to Columbus Ihe reporter iasrl John lliiebner and his assistant hauling rnol for the boiler and Messrs, Knlffin and Whitver on Ihctr wav mil In llm well. Ilrciinlnn- In IIia f-.nr aal nf I . HI Carl's Chevrolrl. with arms akimbo and lem swlnffhtifI'irrirlin- KnnrJ- smoklng nno nf Jim I'nfPe five in a pacxage, mo reporter nmi day dreams as to whether he should buy a Chevrolet, on Overland I or a Kord seilan. nr, lieller sllll. put nil tho nil money into Columbus lots. Will Strike, OH nl 1000 Fret. I.niinSIII!llll. M Jnnn tn Tho United Blalcs Oil and ltcfinliig Comiwny Is al work In the (ilia vallev oil fli-lil ami llm hlu nniv Im. pcrlal standard drilling rig strained up tor ino ursi lime nut wrcK nl the well site. Geologists who have tmnn nvrr llila trninnil rlnim llml Hie oil pool lies at a shallow th-plli ami wiuv ino pool win tin sirucK at about 1000 feet. K. C Keller, the ilrllli-r In clinnn. Iina hail n u-nli. experience In tho Texas fields ami ms presence on mis jou guarannieo rapid work, llarring accidents ol inv klnil Klf Knlln unit I, A ni drill to the depth calculated by geo logical cstimato in mo next thirty days. This Well at 2060 KreU 110BWKI.I,. N. M. Juno IS.-Tho National 1-Uiilorallon Company is making rapid progress on IV well ulsht miles soutli nf this rllv nl Orchard 1'ork. The material Is nmv all nn llin trriiitntl nnd llin 9n.ltu-li casing has been set with tho excep tion oi uio lasi joini. litis casing will be put down to a depth of 350 is thought will slop all further Iron me irom uiav source, two sinus liavo been put to work and tho drill- Inu will im ruahnl wllh nil nntillilu spretl uulll the required depth U rrucuoi. AccuniniR iu ine reporii of geologists wlio went over Ihe around, nav sand should lie found al, aliout 'J0O0 feel. OH Found at He Moines, TtVM Inwn. Jnnn IK. That thn Bnorly Gobbler well near ureenviuo uas aciuauy si rue k oii is the report Of N. C Light., who re turned from the well this week Light brought with him several Jain (ties of oil which had been brought up in the baler, which according lo prominent oil men Is of very high quality. It Is said tho well Is now down' over 700 feet and thai three saniu naye neeu penetrated aim tne .,...( ,, i.-lll .linu) nil In ,.nvliicT quantities. Tills well is niL In be liH-au'4i un inn iaiKT-i aiiiiriiiin in Uio United States, and tho outlook I most encouraging. TtWtWAV, Hm If, MM 2 HLifD, 46 iMQ CMJnWA UstftTJ iwnx - . . Uiy Asuociated 1'ress.l IA JUNTA. Colo., fitiiii IK.-AI Ifssl two iiernon wn?e killed today when the Collfoniln Limited train, rantbouud. on llm Rmln l-'n tun. mad. Was wrerknl nl llnn rnl.ira do, twelve mile south of U Junta. Al Ihn nnla Fe llonpllal here II Was nnnotllicnl IhnL fnrlv iuni. who were Injured had been given m-uimpiii. juosi or niose hurl, it was stated, weuld rerovrr. The nrelilenL una aniil In i.h been caused by llin breaking nn a dug Into Hie (raek. overturning llm niMine. uimng car mm I lire e I'ull mans. fariifMl Exjwt Whist ftiytr Illy Associated l'res.I Ni:V YOIIK IHTV Jnnn lr.vi. lor von Bchlegell, divorced husliHiid if Viola Krnnne. wlm m, nf Ihe women lit Hie ilmnnp i.ariv i. tended by Joseih 11. Klwetl. wealthy ilioruman anu Dnugi' wiilsl exerl, lie Ulsht hefom tin wsa f,,nn,l .ini,. III Ills homo, was tnilnv aililnl In llm long Hal of persons the police have questioned in nil effort In pain some mo io Ij we s nu.iu n. Out Of Hie rllv alm-n Pri.lu. III. iriri Allnrney Joyre. wlm is ron dueling Ihe inviHiliirahnn nuain qurallnned Mr. and Mrs Waller lwinwihn and Mtts Krause, sister of Mrs. Lmvlaolm. yirtring Ihn que n-iiiiiK "l iiiw prranus nit. wci WHS imuRIIL I1HL mat llin ,llnn,.i. i,iHv Klwell attended Thursday night was in celebration of Ml ki-niin' rinni neeree or divorcn rrom von Belli cell. 'Kverv one nuestinnrd lima far una i evil rum naieii. iiu!rt-i Aiinr ney Jnyncn ainioiinriil nflr nm einiung nn interview wllh von Sehli-gell. "All clues so far adduced nave led up 'tiiind nlloys. Only Dally lsper in Luna Count? VILa'S MEN ARE WELL M8BMTED AND ftDT A aflaSaMP' WRRMsi dlvhied hit taWW HicWis Mm Ittilir HJ CMtfetHfer Name Illy As-Mielated Press.l CI, NCI. NN ATI. Ohio. Juno Ir. CO OIICl William IjMllw-p linu-lnp mauauer nf the iinsiiivi-aufni i-nn. Iislgn of Major Heiiernl Leonnrd oou inr uie iiopiiiiimnn prBideu Hat nnmlnalion liv llio illnrncn run vention. on ln arnnl in Cinriiuiaii from Chicago soul n telegram tn nr. .1 c m as .Mnrrnv Ilul or una . dent of Columbia University, saying Ills SlatcineilL uhttn mil vnatunlnv relative lo WimxI's sutuiorl was wholly fnlse mid llml II vn hn Olll Willi ma clou l ureaari for I ih iruiu. THK WKATHKH, degrees at i-'JO this af leiTloou was' llio highest temperaltire tiiiny and 03 al. 0 u'cloek this mom hie was Ihn lowesL Clear 99 Smmsn Declared Ho Slacker by S. F. Jury lily Associated l'rtss. H.VN KllAM:lSi:( ll Jnnn IK Tho jury trying William Harrison i jock i iiempsov. worlils lieuvy weight clmlapiou pugilisL for nl leged draft .evasion, retireil this morning at 1 0:30 to ronsider what nhould be their verdict. lly Associated Press SAN FilA.CI8CO. Juno ir, i p. m. Jack Oempsoy was found not guilly on the selective draft evasion Indictment by a Jurv in llm f.-drml court here today. The Jury was out only 10 minutes. I'AHO. Tmji Jnnrt i!I.l.'r.., Cisco Cl'sncho' ; Villa Is s much a iscior against tne peace and nrof iiorn v nr ino alum nr i h niiim. as ho ever ttm linmi i,-.r.iir, in au American whoonnn extensive propcriieH itiere, -and who was in rarrai wnt-n tne lowu was attacked ny viiusias. "ll is a mistake to think that viuas claws have been cut as a re sult of thn activity of tho de facto mires wmni iini-A tni-mi iii riAi against him." said Uio Informant, v um is as strong loday an he has ever been while operating as an to Mexico. ''Tills Is not remarkable In con sideration or tho fad thai at least HO per renl nf Hi rA,i i Chihuahua idolize him. II Is the oiiines men and tho property own era of the state .who 'nro his mortal enemies. Tho secret nf VllU'a kim.,. m cuwing pursuers lies In his wonder fill faculty of mobilization. There equipjied as his. Hls men are ail exeeneniiy mounted. They have good horses, ami every man In his command is nrnviitn.1 tvili, i 1...1 one oxtra horse. Many have Iwo remount and some have three. They are thus nsauml nf mvrini ground rapidly wli-n nursiill h eomos dangerous. There Is alto no miiuary rnlumn in Mexico so well elolhed and so well disciplined as Villas, ami Ihern lan t a rnwsrd to lie round in his riunmand. A coward wiiiildn t gel by long with Villa. "There is no doubt thai honest efforts are being made to effect his capture by Oeneral Ignaclo Enrl quex and tleneral Joaquin Amaro. but they are making little or no headway. . "Enrlquex Is making an ncllve campaign, and whenever he learns where Villa Is he lose no time in lliovins his rominanil In Ilia I nnlni but mncr. with the necessary rapid- y 10 gain a comari wan the Imn Ills. On such occasions as Enrlquex IO.S SUCeednl 111 trelllnn- i-lna. In Villa, Uie efforts expended in a rorced march have exhausted men and-horses- so-Uiat he has had Ho slop and rest while Villa romneii away. , "Knriquei madn a remarkable march when he caum nn the double quick, in time In save I'arral When won) rearheil liim llml Vlltn auacKing tne ciiy. Knrlquex was at Diaz, a village belween Chihuahua Clly and Jimlnez. sixty miles from I'arral. He rovrred Ihe sixty miles with his defrnsas sociales in less Ihon 32 hours, arriving al 3 orlock Ihe afternoon nf June 2. Villa launched his attack the night lie. fore. VVIllln iWnllnrr riHnir lia.l .nn linued during tho night belween Ihn Miusias. who were nl Ihe eastern eilsn Of the lou-ll mill llin lorrl KnrrlsoiL whlrh rnmnrlaml Inn mn under Ihe command of Colonel Leon, 1 lie attack did not become spirited until daylight, ami notwithstanding ne fncl thai Ihe llefenneiM lrnl! machine guns Into play. Villa hail taken possession of the eastern half nf I'arral when word rcaehell him that Knrlntinz and F.trnliar uera coming with reinforcements. This was II o'clock In the morn. ing. Villa withdrew from I'arral al that time anil limit hu man I., llm I'almllla mill of Hie Alvarado Min ing Lompany. rive miles cast of town. -where hn eamnnl nnlil Vni-i quex and Fcobar arrived, He then mm 1? tm Cwtima (IALI1VICO. C11I . Jnnn IS Jlnver. IKir KalnllSII Canlll nf ilin nnrllH-pn dlslrrcl nf lyiwer California yeater day'rcccieirn telegram from Pro visional I'resldenl de la Huerta, r- apiiointmg im.i to that ortlee, ac "rdjnjt to an announcement made III Mi'Xloall hv Fn-derli-n rVnl.i llm goveriior's brother-in law. inw niessago was in rrspoiiae io conimunlcations from Sonur Cjintu anil llaldonioni A. Ahnailn peennllv nppottitiHl .to thai office by Hie pro visional government, detailing the Inability tn nureo as to whnre nml When bor.nr Amuda win In nssnmn office Senjir Almada rieiwted Raldrdav flip Mevlen f!lli- hi eniif.. ....II. II, n tirnvltloiial nn-aliienl nvne llin ullna. Hon' (lilowcr (Jllfornla. aaatMaVSaaT stl Ml rieJPV T rWW liaVsHaj f fVusjsJusC aaaeW aapaj aai ITSajsSSSaXBajlw A blienrinl nf llin iimimaeil nmu mill-., a, I fp.ii. 1 f!..At, 1.. .'.I urnndi s and .(scenslmi lo Columbus is on exhibition nl the Dally Courier office. DolllltA will be annniinneil ! Wt'lra2s rlkl not aUetiHil t fhnias Uin nnH" eity. He riHIlMkainl klVar urtll. lairing several harm 'betontin to tho Company, "At Santa Unrberit, whene Vllfa'a force sjient dial night, he itUd k, a number of homes boniMr in the American ffmelt and Refining Coninany Tliese, however, were re turned In Ksnln au.pl k A Ik.. day. The first inltowlMn nf Villa im. rtondlne- uilsrk im Knpral um. n. June I. Karly Uial aftenioou four truck toads or Yaqui, Indians left I'arral for Jhularz wllh a hulei. ,.f VIJIlsU prisoners. Five miles from I'arral thev eneminlpd villa .n.i In (he fight Hint ensueil HI or llm Yaqula were killed. 1 r)d Twl know how many Villisla were arc.iiintci for. Illll tun llnrn lalM. I e..nl..l 18 dead Villa horses. 'Nowa nf Villn'a onnmull u brought lo Parrel by returning Tamils. Thern u-oa n ntval il-i i,r oxcilemcnt. naturally. AU hchools e ouu I'eopje iiegan .barring their houses acalnal llin rmnlnp and the mtrrlann Svaa lnlln...l .1 slruti-Kiral wln(s outside (he city Villa did not reach Pafral until well after dark. In llin flul.lli.n- ill men wore killed on each side. 'Villa seemed In Im well inimlinl wllh money, llo and his officers ale breakfast, nn Hih mnrtiini nf June 2 in a I'arral restaurant and paid ineir bill In full. They also paid for everything taken fjum Ihe I'arral slnrea. a (limp- I hat.- known Villa to do before Noun of the civilians was molested 'Villa la neenrfllna fitPMiiMiiiM tu.1 lep treatment Ihan evp IwirnM mi.l has publicly slated that Americans and olher foreigners need have no tear or mm or his men, as his quar rel Is not with them. 'While thern la n trreat ahmv r Imon Irsina anI Irmm. In Im Hn..n in central Chihuahua at this time, Ihn anlitlera nf lenentl Amarn ii.i.r, hering about finoo. are roncenlrnleil for Hie mosl part In the larger eitiis along I ho Mexican Cenlnil Hallway. painn iinu noen esianiiafteii uionsr the railroad when I left farm I a few days ago, and ir the trains are running 011 schedule It Is because Villa wants them to run. Tln-ro is nothing In prevent him from tear, ing up tho track at any of a number of 'Isnlalrrl nlnf."" - Kurlty sWy Mas HmnI KtiM Iff it tin Wrift Tuesday aftenioou liyear-old Dan Trigg or Hurley met with a serious accident, having his hand Mown off hv a giant rail wllh which he and a lllllo companion were playing, says the Silver Clly Enterprise. The hoys had found the cap and wern playing wllh II when II exploded in young Trigg's hand, (earing it ul most rnionli-li.lv nff al llm .-.i.l The boy also suffered other lujuiios irom 1110 accident, a piern or llm cap slrikim; him in the eye and another Inflicting a severe cut in the stomach. Fortunately his ryn was not injured. The unfortunate lad is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Trigg .who live on Homera avv nuu aud First street in Hurley. 0 NO SOUTHERN CHIVALRY. Illy Associated Press. HATON ItOUOi; Ia, June 15. Thn tirnnfiaat In i-nllfv Ihn u'ltmnuV suffrago fed era amendment was to- nay ucivaicu ny 1110 lower nouse or inn iQuisiana suiui assemoiy. itto voto was 67 to 41, COLUMBUS THEATER TONIGHT Madge Kennedy 'Strictly Confidential' , , Front , -Jeriiine K. aVronte'siHassespyv 'rtier "FUNNY AND THK MlMSXr t) PftAHtsKM. n "MVi n CnWwyn Hlwee.H skies aud sunsMuc. later.