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New Mexican (Newspaper) - June 20, 1916, Santa Fe, New Mexico No. 101 Full Wttfl nf THR ASSOCIATED p R R Si FE, NEW MEXICO, PRICE 5 CENTS rranza Defied: United States Cuts Oft His Can Supply for and Government Gets Ready for It Bad Faith of Mexican De Facto President Laid Bare In Firm Reply by Administration, Which Kecites Long List of Outrages Permitted and Encouraged by Carranza and Declines to With- draw United States Troops DOESN'T UKElf, HE CAN TAKE CONSEQUENCES, GIST OF NOTE __ _ HOW UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN UP AT .PRESENX -TIME ALONG BORDER 1.500 makes the men to the a Fight Rasts in Hands of Carranza, ices Overwhelmingly in Favor of Latter' I J CL i T rs p These men arc stretched along a Whiskered Statesman Is Scared at''ront of 1'800 milcs- ncan Military Preparations; United States No Chances MOVE PLANNEDlN CONFIDENT PECTATION OF QUICK HOSTILITIES U. S. TROOPS IN MEXICO Nnrniqulpa Babricorn San Mlguet........., Madera Galena Casas GrandOE..... Corralitos Ascenclon 500 500 500 I FULL OF HOLES Bf 1 Those men are stretched along a front of 250 miles. This ,hc line average forty-eight men to the mile. In Sonora under CARRANZA In Chihuahua facing Pershing's front...... At other points along border.............................. Total................. died i Leased Wire to New Mexican.) j ne President Wilson's firm refusal to witli- from Mexico on its way to the de facto govern- j the arraigning the whole course of General h countries to the verge i Strati0n contlued to make its preparations lo meet anv I j.-.iu may arise. -e rest, with General C.trranza. Irent ivl- Un'tecl Stales is pointedly ECt forth in its review1 In he to prevent border raids and to keep ty la world by tho preservation of order In his dominion 1 b. had ,1 private conference with President Wilson be- lanctT At thc cabinet meeting the opinion prevailed ftl C overwhelming In the direction of war. The one I the ii "i would be Impressed by the military prep-! Iwithl and make no further effort to have Amerl- j "n' Thcre has been no indication, however, that Car- Tat ind every move now is being planned In It sc bc9'" any moment. i B-l noTlce as iono as the Carranza forces continue I ho ammunition shipments would be permilted to I 'C Un.itcti There will be rigid enforcement of I is S n'3'" source of supplies fias been Ihe United States lAtl.inti csiletl Il1at enough war material woulci be obtained from i ifiiliiironioms lalcr wlicil tho troops nrc eunvanlriitcil nt Ooldtm. All fho- Ucnvor tiro cxnccteil lo' campod nt thn rifle? nt (Julilctl tDJili-lil. Quo or dvo from' Hie western slope- arc nspculiiu lo 011- trnin. Onnipunloa from soulluirn Colo- rado In rodjy (o movu morrow. Within llilrly-alx liours uujuitiut Boiiora! jiioal of tlio ormnlzulltmx In (In, would In- moving. FUNSTON WANTS BIG FORCE' j Tnat El Paso is momentarily ex. OF MILITIA AT ONCE peeling bombardment from the Mexi. Sun Antonio, June -i-n-Onr-r-il 11m El Moo tmlav aeltin9 thci'- out of that iiif.nl lo si-nil in him soon ,7as nev's received lod.iy .o, of Xnllnaa CANCELS HIS WITH i "Kitor Kiimily truoha, I" "n "rroslcd horo today whc-n llicy 'lfico Iliiiir arrival from llio n_, I I, 1 ill, rolnni linnu'diiiti.ly ivilli iuiria- to lio Bliilloiioil alum; thn Mud- run frotn to Hu, i na' l.clhK a Him, worn upon nrcm-f S. AND CARRANZA TROOPS CLOSE NEAR NAMIQUIPA J f'ohiinliiifl, .v! Jiini- -jn. Am, ri- i C-T-' ai1.! C'nrr.itixa nrt- in 1'isc ifiroxfinlly until h of Xainliiiiiiiii. wllli to avoid n coiitlln. preme court, from an El Paso alt "ey. Thc attorney was lo have ap. l peared before the supreme court arid WILSON LEADERS FEAR TO i lo ask him to oo ANV ACT "cWOn Charge Violation Of ii.jitilarn jii'n i.vullable 17. S. Neutrality r, i.jiiilarn HIT, available now n, v. lili any ..-ninrKfiicy cat. If I, tri h, tin, i rocr-lvp.l at tho olllco of ilant Cipnoral II. P. Oamlilo. H CQLn en I of tlif! Innm- nr, i waB fflAdo, tioncrnl Uittnhlo nl their homo ntntioiw lo avoid f'Plorod cliinlimllnn of Ilioso nol meeting lho< The Weather rpaORECAST: aanta Fe and clnlty: partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday; warmer tonlflht. New Mexico: Generally fair to- night and Wednciday, warmer In lorlh portion tonight. From S6 lo BO degrees was the ranne of temperature yesterday, which was a warm, beautiful day It was S3 degrees at 0 a. m. toriiy. I Kl I'nim, Tnv.. .Innt! a (irriiian hiinkt-r of ARTY REPORTED KILLED Refugees Pouring Out; Outbreaks Against the Grinaos (By Leased Wire to New Mexican) Brownwoorf, June Lerma, tFie Mexican suspected of as- saulting with a lartjr knife. Mrs. w. LI. Kuykendall. while she itlepi here today, was found later by a posse about ten miles from here am'- tmme- diately shot to dealFi, DOUGLAS. Ariz.. June American flag flying over the Fiotcl In which was located tlie office of Anierlcnn Consul W. A. Julian, at Can- l.liyea, W.-IB the target of linn-
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