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   Marion Register (Newspaper) - March 17, 1916, Marion, Iowa                                LINN FRIDAY j MARCH FUNSTON MAY GO TO THE BORDER l Antonio Reports General arinrj for Dfipartuie From Army1 Post GERMAN ATTACKS ARE SLIMING UP aris in Infantry As saults on the Verdun 6ETS REPORT FROM VILLA Censorship Is Maintained at 1 i Fort Sam Houston onAll Ij ments of TroopsButSome i Neyvs Leaks iJBl March tho pursuit of tho American has apparently passed the American Mormon colony 4pout Cauns Ilellablo Us VBtches Indicate that tliesc cins now are These give credit also to the Carranza forces about Casas Grandes for putting up a which stopped Villa from mak tig his proposed raid on tho Amori San March southbound trains carrying In fresh for every Major Gfeneral Frederick Funston has turned Jijla attention to preparations for tlepar At the same time tho general staff eagerly await news from flying cplumn of General Porshlng crossed the border Wednes According to reports that reached Francisco Villa Is on his way to with all the ifqrjiesjtltat he these confirmed the dlroclion of idfareh orttie American troops Fort Sam the headquarters ttf GeneraF is iillve wlthanl as ft that the ma J8r geherai and his staff very soori will sputhward and take up d position nearer the is v TriertbWs thatAmplrlcah iriops ac tually had crossed into Mexico filled San Antonio with Before RTILLERY DUEL CONTINUES Description of Teutpns1 Attacks Dead Mans and Left Caught in Enfilading Corpses Fill lull In 10 German Infantry attacks at Vor un Is announced In the oillcial French It that ho violent bombardment on the right has continued ranch gmmorsliave shelled numerous upply trains carrying food and am munition to tho German troops In the Voevre French artillery ac vity Is also reported In Tho following description of the lat st German attacks northwest of Vcr un against the French positions on a Mort Dead Mans hill received In a dispatch from the The German attack opened at half ast four on Tuesday The ncmy approached tho French posl ons in compact columns along three eparate There was hardly vo feet between tho men and the dis anco between the columns was less mn 100 The main attack was delivered by roops that debouched from Cprbeaux Prest assault directed gainstthe French posltlcn pn Dead lans Hammered Way to Two flanking each a brigade attacked tho French linos at 3ethlncourt and inly tho German center succeeded In making any By a scries of ledgehnmmer blows the German suc eedbd in fighting their way into two rcnch salients on Spur pf the German the streets classes there were Americans hurrying to the jfort to learn latest news run nlng them a closo there wera many of the Mexican population has tening to get out of Many Mexi cans live lu San Antonio and as soon as they that American Invasion hrd becpmo a fact tuoy made plans to fearing a racial put Toxap volunteerregiments are doing itvolr liusluesB Dis General for more nieif than Jie rogultfnarmy and that stata innitlk upon to patrol the rush to tKe had lpoked at the warlike carried Fort The only hoad thatWe flying cavalry squadron under John Pershlug hud taken the wagbn road Intbiytexlco frPtn CP ii rvi equipped with wireless and telegraph tQi ijews frpni and ofltcjal ainipviiclng the cayjilry also had probeedBpracfPss th6 border from Gulbersonsranch are momentarily ox y j The a negro The commanded by James Era kine and William re were statioued at Fort Sam ffbustoVr arid 5t Nogales uhtli j cansoralilp Is maintaliiei at tho movemeuts ot from the fact pavalrj badmoved southwardfrom CulborsPrtB ranch it is surmlBed that tho puriltrV6 oicpedltlpn was ijoaded for Mormon colony In the Sierra Madre niouii tains Illo whence thoro runs a good to tho soutli BIG DUTCH STEAMER IS SUNK lit Liner Carrying 87 Pasberi i 300 SlnkstiNb j I of I Tho Dutcj 87 passoij a of sank off lightship throe hours after VAB an the liners captain said Wlght have boon It was to tho companys offices thu xitlidinhor struck a Tho pnsson and reported to hav beam March An Amsteidar dispatch the Tolegrap comnauy states he passenger v and crow of liner inibiintl arb dll safe oiihpltril the nntch nluam BrltlDhSteamer ii Urltlsli stean er Mansouija Upon Ill of pocordlng to dtp ancl Roumnnln Bulgaria alidinpu bVolteri pff all commorcli ROBERT PAGE DOCTOR ritish Reported to Have Killed Seattle mi left wings of the1 attacking forces vere caught in a deadly enfilading nre rom hill 295 and the orts commojjding tho loop ot the teuse The Germans lost The ranks were mowed down as lie troops deployed Into tho open and In ranks were com ellcd toclimb pvor tlio dead liat barred their One entire attallon was wiped out while trying 0 jcross the uncovered portion of the ailwoy between Eegnevllle and Goose The artillerymen at Dead Mans hill andMalancourt had exact range and every sliell took Its The corpses rolled by the bun Ireds down ho slpplngmeadows along he Kfoune and soon full of Many of carried along by the of and the c French cpunterattacks were iommeuccd at daybrpakou Wednds Tfie men were ordered 1 but to use the cold steel ex The Germans wore busily engaged Irt fortifying their new posi tions when the Frencii troopa swooped down upon them spreading panic Ight wasshort but sharp and th Frencii soon had most of tholrlosl In their possession Berlins March by the French todislodge the Germans trOtt their positions on La Mort Homme Dead Mans hill live mllos northwest pt have all been frustrated the German war office announced In Flanders there has beoifyloleii irUliery particularly Assaults by thoFrench against tin Gorman linos In It WRB BRING IN WOUNDED MEXICANS Army Trucks Returning to Columbu From Pershlhgs Column Pick Up Injured March trlibks connected with Pershings iO pedklon to Columbu broURlitl them a dozen wpuudei They wore af brush with the troopers following masBacrp week scouts found lh They worb attondoil at field hospital The Mexicans were BUI prised utthb asMhoy hai oxpoetml to ho executed hadnl tempted lo hide when r j KILLED BY ELECTRIC WASHER Kalians Woman Strangled Whe Scarf Is Cnught in ii Unable to Shut Off March Cashing tin deiit of ancai Blijj had about iieoit ciiliBht hi th clbttioB wringer alul Btranglotl llie was Boatnd by tho machln while of luir acarf tho wringer inilHnBv ftouifrom her olmlr lior ublo to Bhut off the VILLA MEN FIRE ON TROOPS Warfare Opened on the Invading Army Wear Border No Congressman member of rthe ouse from North Carolina and broth r of has announced hat he will not be a candidate for re lectlon because he believes that the residents foreign policy Is leading he United States Into Walter Gelthorn Was on Way to Join German Red Is March ifmed reports that Walter Gel a prominent Seattle vha was taken from u Btoumer ut virkwall when going to Germany to oln the Gorman Red has boon the British au rocelyca Efforts to Gel horns whereabouts if he is alive have leeri without according to his and thestate department will 10 asked to Investigate his A irothor ofDoctor Gelthorn lives lu a closo friend if Doctor said that he was greatly disturbed by reports and iad made efforts to trace hem tp their Doctor Warui nirg said that from the time of Doctor Qelthorns December he had received letters at frequent ntervals until since which time1 hohas been unable earnanything about Doctor Gelthprn 17 but i was seized thu British authorities when the steamer upon traveling put In at Althougli Doctor Golthorh anil his friends asserted that he was going toGermahy tp serve in the Rejl 3roBs agents said they md evidence that he was a commls stoned officer In the German army ahe was going tOJdln his It was assorted by tho same agents that the British had found in qolthornB posses slon documents valuable military Those state ments by Doctor GolthpnVs Enter i March dispatch tbtlie ctimpariV miMlclpttl author ties m Germany have beeiv tnstruotej to take a1 census ipf all neutral foi dignersiwho havo lived lu each city to j flvo iii OprnJany bo cpusic preyfpus rogardedasCjej mans thorofoVb liable fo mllltar Thesemen will be cnvolle willhot sont IP tlJ f f drit o1 sp ns the laiv totak tiipir places 1 is said forelgngrs SOLDIER Exchofiae Shots Wit Troops GUardlntf i I Americans j Aiarch can Buld tp ihavo numborc about sixteen Amor cnii RdldlornKuiirdiilii the ilarrot brldgn on the i Mrowhsvll andMexico aboutfourtuc mlloB mutli of lea lOOBlibtk yore Nono of the Amorlcans wan Injure It is not known if mifforu any ROOPS AREiNOT HALTED SILLS TO BE RUSHED Senate and Push Pre paredness Hay and Chamberlain to Bo Hurried Through and Sent to Conference exlcans Fire Fuglllado on Pbnhlngi Men Soon After Border Ii Crossed 81 Quickly Column Not El March Ilia has opened his warfare with the merlcan troops sent to hunt htm News reached here that mount Mexicans fired upon the expedition out Into Mexico shortly after it the There were nrf asualtles and the march of the Amor an column was not halted by tho al Thomas a raucher living two lies from whence 10 forces of John Porshlng ot brought In the details of tho rst clash between the American iid The Amerleans had just started cross the bprderllno when the Mexi ans a fusillade at the troopers the Thirteenth which led ic Without awaiting on the trbppers In advance iin uiig parblues and flred he Mexlcdua then There ere no casualties among the Amerl an the Mexican marksman ilp being ColumttNot skirmish was over so quickly mt the column was not It ontlmiod steadily along the old gon trail that marked the first part f the course through the treacherous lerra Mndro foothills to the desert ver which theAmericans must pass o accomplish their purpose cf taking Ilia alive or villa Davis thought that the attacking lexicaus were icarrauzlsta troops be tipmiuaiijl pj Pablo oct was contradicted offlclal drts from stating that ral Bertanio was cooperating with hp It was also flatly de led by General Cnrranza com niandor at JuarezT Thatcould not exclaimed Qa when Davis I havp special Instructions from irat Chief Carranza not to ppppsethe American Dpes that mean ypu will copper them he was I have been told not to oppose Aeroplanes Take to Warned by tho opening clash that uerrllla tactics bo eijocted luring all operations In no urthor chances surprise will i aken by General and his Immediately after the Mexicans iiad been driven off two American aeroplanes took the and iflow lh dvanBe pf tha expedition untU It hftlt od for the nlghtabout ten miles if The first Held headquarters pf the ershlng expedition will be established it a grty miles from the and ofl the Krom this point troops vlll supplied while they wage their campaign against Villa In his refuge n the SierraMadrb March re sponne to tho presidents demand for Immediate action on preparedness leg islation nan decided upon by congres sional Within a few days both sonato and house will bo hard at work on the landdefense increas ing lie regular army and supplying an adequate House leaders decided to take up tho Hay bill increasing the army to and federalizlng the ml On the sunalo tho military ifiuhH committee held a strenuous ses sion to conclude Its work on tho Chamberlain indorsed by tho army general Tho committee planned to make an effort to sidetrack all other legislationin order to get the sonato down to work on Chamberlain bill provides for a standing army of war Both of these bills will bo rushed through the respective houses as rap Idly as possible and they will then bo sent to a conference commltteonwhlcb will frame tho land defenne measure finally agreed It Is probabld that the conference will compromise on the sice of the regular mak ing It or PROMINENT CONTRACTOR DIES Patrick Walsh of la Apoplexy of Con struction March Walsh of one of thfi most prominent railroad contractors In the died here as the re sult of a stroke of Ho was brought home several days ago from where he underwent treat ment and was thought to be Walsti was the head of the Walsh Construction RANCrtfR IS SLAIN SAN BENITO FEARS ATTACK Anxiety zens Fortify San March Mexican cavalry are concentrating just across thP border from the wlilch has suffered severely from pre vious marauding Citizens of San Bonito are fortifying their houses and The Texas rangers have been notified and are on guard against an lowboys Report itne Murder of James Careless In Coahulla by Car ranza San March au American rancher Hy ing In has been murdered by Mexican soldiers wearing the uniform of according to Informa Cowboys employed on the Dobioranch found tho The marks onthe liidlcatoil that the Anierloan had been who was thlftjeTghCyoars was a of Now He has been Hy ing In years THE MARKETS March Open High Low Cloa May July 1 Corn May July July pstcnt Mlnni wood or to trade Minnesota ana Dakota KBO@ii.10 second soft rye chploe tl7.60@lS.eO 1 No S light clover 913.60@14.UI• heavy olovor 3 red top and mixed tim threshed 9.00@12.00 heated and rtanl alfalfa alfalfa alfalfa NOT DEADjVlS AID OF KAISEJt Jbbsieniy oh J L i March SSSSiWo extra S4i4c KSMc Wffaic 33o iniikliib la 191jii ordinary ic cnscs 24V HH16o per 17Hi sprlnB Ho young HimtnilBte rooBturn lliVic IOW186 DRKSHI3r 2Se ohdlciv ITWlRc Hignvtoi IBCWcj POTATOES iHsgiiiii nml Palcota POTATOraa ji l Fred Sun ProdJobBeii Boldiev of club man and huslneSS manipf this1 wits officiallyTajiwtiBd man KovernraonttP have tp death on the gprmaii Bubmarliib the British patrel hoat Bars Ing to a Htatcmont of ofUcluls of tho German Tlio Gorman olllcliilrteald that Jobeon 8 on a secret missionfor the kalsorj1 March tho lira MUo wiiq tho 8l9Ck i exchange pnonpij Its dmjr TranBactiohiiwill be limit to Auatrlapolnvoatuiuijt l Help tho i Mnroh timed to Hoiul tioopa to ami Avmunta to reenforoo the by tlio tne uluria uf UIVB to f ynurllnKs Bond to infnrlovi imlclior iirlmo vent calvea i I llalit ilhtiii uolKlit nfliticliiiuy Ihf life Vnlr ijiTM BttMnly pltffj utul mlxort iinil j Mnrliil atuiulyi boll yourllim steers and atork ura TexaH anil In dlnn uptl imtlvo 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