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Fairbanks Times (Newspaper) - July 9, 1916, Fairbanks, Alaska 8 Pages Sunday Climes 8 Pages VOLUME JULY WHOLE NUMBER CARRANZA1STAS MASSACRED RUSSIANS E STILL DEFEATING THE AUSTRIANS July Pacific Alaska Navigation company today announced that hereafter all ship ments of freightto Southeastern Alaska would be increased 81 a ton regardless of what the freight con fisted The Pacific Coast Steam ship company and the Alaska Steam ship company are planning a similar which will be announced within a short The high cost of longshoring in Seattle and other coast ports is at the bottom cf the increase in he The steamship companies maintain that the present unsettled conditions make it impossible for them to handle freicht at a under the old MEXICANS CROSS BORDER STEAL FORTYSIX HORSES BANDITS GET AWAY WITH 46 HEAD OF HORSES FROM AMERICAN RANGERS PURSUE HORSE THIEVES AND KILL FOURTEEN OF THE THIRTY WHO TOOK PART IN RAID July by A bad accident was narrowly averted here today when two men capsized in a but both managed to reach shore in A short time later another man SOLDIERS AND CARRANZA TROOPS IN TWO MEXICANS KILLED FOR LOOTING who was working on the iledriver i received serious injuries when the HOME OF AN CARRANZA SEEMS UNABLE TO COPE WITH AMERI hammer feis on the pile while he CAN SOLDIERS ARE DOING NOTHING REBELS GAINING ONE AMERICAN OF 300 CARRANZA SOLDIERS IS GEES NOT KILLED BY BUT ARE CAPTURED AND BURNED AT THE NEW July babies died of infantile paralysis in this city This brings the to tal number of deaths in this city for the week up to The cold weather than has set in has checked the spread of the But 44 cases and three deaths have been re ported throughout the United States within the last 24 Miss Jane Delano of Washington is mobilizing a force of red cross nurses to give every assistance poss ible to the checking of the SAN July ernor Hiram endorsed by acclamation at the State Progressive meeting announced that he would make the race in California for tho United States senate n tht Progres ive Governor Johnson will it is thcught as the Re publicans will back EL July band of 30 Mexican bandits cross ed the American border today and stole 46 horses from Tom Perrine an American The rancher with two Texas rangers gave chase to the horse thieves and over took them about three miles south of Here a bat tle royal followed and the end of it was the death of four teen of the thirty Mexican horse and the serious injury of one This raid has incensed the people along the who see in the renewal of the hostilities in Mexico a repitition of the trouble that nearly resulted in a war between the United States and The peo ple along the border state that the border is not sufficiently patrolled by the American soldiers and that the bandits who want to crossthe border have little trouble in so KILLS TWO OF July Calles today ordered two Mexicans who had been caught looting the homes of some Americans in Cananea lined up before a firing squad and stated at the same time that this was but a warning and that anyone caught looting or stealing would be shot im mediately by the Mexican DREADFUL July hundred Carranza soldiers arid their camp followers were attacked by the Yaquis In Refugees arriving at this city state that for cold blooded murder the war has furnished no The men and women captured were submitted to all sorts of tortures by the Then in order to save their hav ing statisfied themselves with fheir the Indians built buge bonfires and burned their prisoners at the July are reaching this city wjjich tells of the concentration of large forces of Yaquis and Mayo Indians at The though poorly are congreggtjngin large bodies and it is believed that they are going to lend their support to BIG BATTLE IS EL July reports received here tell of a tremenduous battle that has been raging for the past six The Villistas and the Carranzistas are mixing Eight hundred trained soldiers of the bandit leader are bat tling with Carranzista This report is official from Mexico and comes from General Gonzales of The Carranza official states that the federal troops have their hands full taking care of the Carranza troops that the troops of the bandit are better and more fully AMERICANS July reports of any activities by the American troops in Mexico has been reported and it is be lieved that the Americans are waiting to see if it is poss ible for the Carranza government to cope with the situa If it is not possible for the Carranza soldiers to down Villa and his troops it is likely that General Pershing will be ordered to take a hand in the matter and assist in the apprehension of the Mexican x SITUATION July close on the suggestion made by Carranza that the Villistas were hour ly becoming a more dangerous and doubting the ability of the Mexican government to properly the American border from the raid of the Villa Washington is preparing to take special precaution to avoid1 a repitition of the Perrine It is stated in official cir cles here that the chances that the United States will have to interfere as a matter of self him in the but D stated that unless he was wounded he vill soon ho Everything is going along in ex cellent style at the new camp and this month will see twice the number of men employed here that were employed durintr the month of July washout of the bridge at Skagway and the longshoremens strike in Seattle has completely demoralized the freight shipments for Dawson and the low er Yukon river points via White The larger shipments are just now beginning to and it is believed that from now on the shipments will come more regularly than they have since the season TO PA UP REVENUE Bill IS i A HOT jo the United sailed from this I city today for He has been i named the Japanese ambassador to the Court of James and will as sume his duties immediately upon his arrival in the British July addition to the 150 recruits who left here to join the Canadian army last 25 more have been It is confidentally believed that 200 more will be recruited by Albert the Dawson school has just received a commission as a Norman Watt and Ed ward both members of the Yukon legislature are among the July The house today entered its third day of debate on the administrations revenue The bill is destined to furnish next year from inheritance and munition It is being vigorously oppos ed by many CARRY IDE with the Sibilla at the launch was pushing a small barge filled i with freight for the Alaska Engineer i ing The freight will be put through with all possible i uly Central Trust company of Illinois was today held to be liable for the sum of advanced to the defunct Lasalle Street bank in and the court has ordered that the trust com pany pay over to tht receiver of the bank the amount mentioned in the Notice of appeal will undoubtedly be and the men will be re WILL BE ON THEIR July the steamer Yukon sails from this port on her next on the 24th of j the the boat will carry a j large list of tourists whc are mak ing the Belt Seattle to via the Yukon and the ocean NEW July Chin formerly Japanese ambassador Ball Game today at Be July for several campaigns the standard bearer of the Prohibition to day announced that the Drys would most likely nominate Henry Ford of Michigan for the presidency on their ticket next when the Prohi bitionists will meet in Paul in their national July the mail launch Nita left Dawson to connect July mail j I launch Nita left this city yesterday i for Eagle where connections will be j made with the speedy Sibilla for j and way The Nita carried on her between two hundred j and three hundred sacks of first j and second class mail the majority j of which is consigned to lower river NATIONAL New York 6 Pittsburg Brooklyn Cincinnati Louis Philadelphia Boston Chicago Washington Louis Cleveland Boston Detroit Philadelphia Chicago New York
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