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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Santa Fe, New Mexico m SANTA FE i 191 191 191 e n ora of tj fits lias in or a ID 5. get of Lai Has 687 in Four I More DOPE OFF FACTS San fees and Union Are Officially In returns from of Union ami Ij wove received of Secretary tie nnd like all I official returns those to iti lend of 13. C. on the Re of n few Leaned Wire ot 1'ltK ASSOCIATED IN GOLDEN STATE IS 0. S. t ol Ihe legislature al tlie Next Session MEXICAN N. M. NEW OF ARIZONA ON TO RETURN FOOTBALL Believes Wilson Yet to Be Heard From ls Teuton Officially Press INCLUDE MOST NAVALISM POPULOUS OF THE BRITISH lil New Nov. 16. Chairman of the Con- gressional for Woman In an analysis of trie vote in suffrage states claimed today that a majority of women voters cast ballots against dent Wilson because or his tlon on Mr. Wilson's victory In 10 suffrage states Miss attributed and farmer San no Bounties In remained bo from today In the official Leased Wire to New 1 1 I mi il n i on lho to bl itl 11 iu sun In m mil i eyor tin hd Si 101 K IK u lmno mill c In VM count n te official as u of the presidential war 7, macks i fov lln of eit nnd his majorities of those tlie lyns only 71, 7, tlie of San Sai nud When count was resumed toda the elector while the lowest Democrat n major WSM An no In the first returns been state Democratic tenders predict their owest doctor will run ahead of lho CM HUGHES IN MINNESOTA St. Nov Hughes u today through unofficial vote on HouBlon nnd from i and t so Do 1ms gain of U tho n fel BE fev COUNT ia over electors no a chance on week claiming n 1 for in arf Hie fad 18 fault of empowered the American 10 lako strong Hint counter Ib nu Mil DEFENSE IN BOURKE CASE Nov. ror was today in the of A. charged w u ln lho land fraud brost look the nnd d In jury robin In caSe lo llist linil any to any i UlB and g craft was h h i 5 bo Arizona Is on v today by Ilic county returns LEAD OF IS REDUCED IN WYOMING Nov. lead Of over J. Clark for ns to bo to 482 w Hlo receipt uf 01 of 1110 J. county liis is 847, and in Unio OLD hini a majority of 567 in 200 in figures in tho f or fi mentioned 2273, Upton Oi 859, Hubboll Walton Dacil 212-1, 2152, 2S6S, 842, Otero 915, Hall 2311, Pago Clancy 881, 212S. WoW 2189, 82V. Upton aves 16, pton L 1Iin 228, W 233, Da Boca 10SO, 230, Otoro Clancy 2-W, 1057, 243, tlum 239. MIGUEL 2M5, Upton Hill 2933, Hammond 2032, 2HI5, 1 Do 2158, ero 2397, 148-' Wagner Montoya 2244. 1994, Upton 1'106. Hammond Hubboll 10111 1695, 1655, McDonald 1558. 1C13, Pulton 1928, 1583, Field or votes from romolo WILSON WELCOME CELEBRATION Nov. for Wli son by or capital on of Ills return n sura mers which was from because leal campaigns had used all bla red will bo hold STATE CANVASS OF VOTE IS COMMENCED Nov. tary ot Slato Prank Jordan haa start ed tlie alato canvass of tho rotb al tho recont Alpine counties have In returns and liave been found to bo cor- OF today by Ilic admiralty German submarine on ID tor 15, SO of sank I I II a u hostile transport I U of aboul sooo ions sailing cover of nnd RUSSIAN TURKS REPORTEO Nov. was today of a Russian victory ovar tho Turks in tho of In 1 ICO miles southwest thb direction of. mir de- TEST CASE TO COURT PLAN Teuton of Parral and Family Fall to Frenzied Rage of Leader of Assassins Mr. Display m Store Window of Eighteen Pairs of bars Cut From By Butchers EARS TO THEM FOR Leased Wire to Now RL Nov. 1 a of together his wife by Villa bandits when Villu occupied a re- port received here by a Mining company is Kind to bo n the report made to the mining company by a Chinese nnd Arab refugee from tion was ordered had permitted a display of cars cut from with an letter against in the window of his mercantile store in eighteen of the refugees boon cnt from soldiers of tlie captured by Villa's bandits three months Those ears were General the refugees with invitation to them for Tlie together open letter denouncing the cruelty of were placed on display iu the store by General to the When Villa nnd his bandits arrived in they learned letter This ordered anil bis family tlie refugees Movement to Put Manufacture of Booze Under British motion thiu In Britain TJO tho of common tice given by R group of members tlie Inst of of board of trailo on food Tho of tho their will that this pro. lib It I cm lie tn of oilier food Weather wai the minimum 11 Ature ana 4? L Indicating 111 of the Ale o'clock 22 The forecast Santa ft and Fair tonight and little change In and Friday not much In r m1 I ln Of mir de- LJ 1 n Whole System driven tho Turks to tiet Settlement 1 1 t Qf f nt V J ni Around In Hands of ALLIES MILES Leaned New from headquarters ot tho Freud army at under of No 15. Hie correspond of ft cr's Telegram company the ami forces of llin Cerna river linos Airing n. strenuous Ilia French cm around also fell at somo places was vary men being up to their In mini and tho counter attacked ric covering a portion of the of hla front lie K Eolith of Of 1 By January 1 GERMAN HAS 140 NOTICE Nov. 1 Consul JIM who Is In marge diplomatic affairs the Gunnel In cd today ho hod hoard u liis imd been In re- no official Consul Weber also agent al who or 57 silver bars liy Villa at San ta south from Santa his not i ALLIES IN FOUR MILES OF MONASTIR Nov. anil on tho Macedonian front within four miles of t was uir Mya lho pursuit of tho end of tho HI havo 1} tn Im of lho river of 50 KILLED WHEN STEAMER SUBMARINE SINKS ENEMY to S THE TODAY FIELD MARSHAL Macken army En the Rumanian pro of Dobrudja tn retreat the office an pres sure by 1 army In has been In for Bych arest reported advance yesterday the Im where lha Teutonic at Hcc turned their drive today entered o the Rumanian claim and In Its report on the campaign chronicled only be tween advanced THE BRITISH advance An ere region to hove Condon only artillery activity tho heavy attacks by the notably on the of which are claimed lo have broken SUCCESSES AGINST the French scored by she north of the Somme are report ed by Berlin They con according to the In the In th. of the village of where the French were Ing the German In Ihe St. Pierre Or French oh th. northern edge of thli French reacted t the louth of tho where a tack lho et FRENCH nd I The of Rumania Is continuing It apparently by VM the tenacious th. SIXTEEN SUITS SO New J fon by the supremo ou sulu of Hie I law probably will sought by Uio of An appeal ably will be In Ibo case In hope tbat tho court may able to pass ss possible to January 1, when tho law would become effective If not by A In highest court bo binding on All lower federal nil and dispose of all policy TRAIN HELD PASSENGERS ROBBED El Tox. Nov. 10.-A north passenger train City was held up nl and Hie to reports to wero The bandits up the train wero ed by Corral and train Is expected to reach Juarez Tiro are by A forco of lo bo In pursuit of tlie who robbed Iho These aro thought to bo the sumo banil which lield up and robbed ibe bound passengers on the of De Baca Leaves For California For Month's Rest SPECULATION AS TO APPOINTMENTS not been finally but It snW course In nnd would bo Official of filing of lei sutta had Leen today by the department but nn decision reached as to It would lo firat and wero executed aiui robbed of their Famous Author of Dead D. Nov. tho Polish known tn this country as author of Is try a doid d at according to a cablo hero by Ihe Pol relief had much ol his recently lo Polish boon In frequent cation Ihe committee hore and with tho National Red Tho announcement ot death from n man named who Is n member of Uio Polish com- ni Tho novelist In a FIRE Va. Nov. which today n IQ section of Norfolk was sub- with n losa of about fought In nd freezing General Corral one of th commanders la a brother of Villa first Corral Villa Gen oral of Iho who under has been from th train which loft for yesterday u Is this train was also up and rob Tho telegraph line ban been ro and messages now bolne in TIM worn robbed of by nnd othe valuables wore taken but nono of iiii wero killed or to Iho report from Itua BOND OF PRISONER REDUCED El Nov. of Joseph tho American who ls hold In lho on a chargo of In his was from 1C- 000 noses to pesos by tho Car It announced to bo re- leased on bond NEW SOUTH OF CHIHUAHUA Nov. dor of. lho lho northwestern ern m- tary 153 According lo received Governor-elect E. Baca plans to leavo LAB Vegas for Loa An- geles and other points ta southern to remain until lato In His physicians havo advised Ihe believing that tho stay lu 6. low will greatly Improve physical con- Ho plans to take a com- reserving tion of appointments and other matters Incidental to the of administration until his tuni to New Tha Inauguration of elect Do Baca and tho other state elected on November 7 will tako during the Brst week at Tho tion provides that all electivo stato officers shall hold from January 1. following and tho Inauguration may not taXo placo on New Tho most Important ments which Governor Ite Baca have to make those ot penitentiary super- game banlt unit Mtlo In Addition to thero aro minor positions lo ho many and 10 tf A. slate engineer and ot John aa cnt ot the itata are regarded ni What tho now executive do In tion with the Important lions nol In It is understood lhat he his not yet the of iar of the probable
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