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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                ID: m ft, m.9 SANTA FE i 191 J, 191 191 e y, No1 n ora topi. plend of tj fits lias in or a ID 5. get of Lai Lernor-Elect Has 687 jlpre Voteis in Four I More Counties' UBLICAN DOPE OFF FACTS velt, San Miguel, fees and Union Are Officially In returns from sfiig bonrds of CJliiivos, kyelt, Union ami gm, Ij Sinuties wove received Isf'tlio pfljcc of Secretary tie Liicoro, nnd like all I official returns ly, those scrvp to iti tthe lend of 13. C. doBnca tmscvl on the Re CBfimntcs of n few Leaned Wire Scrvlca ot 1'ltK ASSOCIATED TOES3 DKlrsIl" FINnL MnJOfiliy IN GOLDEN STATE IS HBOOT fiOfl KflTES 0. S. MOSTfiET t ol Ihe legislature al tlie Next Session MEXICAN N. M. NEW "QUEEN OF NAVY" ARIZONA ON TO RETURN ?OR FOOTBALL GERMIM ALLEGE' Believes Wilson Yet to Be Heard From ls Bluffed, Teuton Officially ..y Press Says- INCLUDE MOST jROASTS NAVALISM POPULOUS ONESJ OF THE BRITISH Wlre lil New Mexican.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. _ Chairman A.llce Paul, of the Con- gressional Unlofi for Woman Suf- frage, In an analysis of trie vote in suffrage states claimed today that a majority of women voters cast Iheir ballots against Presi- dent Wilson because or his po5l. tlon on suffrage. Mr. Wilson's victory In 10 suffrage states Miss .Paul attributed to-the labor, pro- flresslve and farmer vote. San I'-nuiclscu, Nor. no Bounties In California' remained bo hcai'd from today In the official (By Leased Wire to New Mcxlvan 1 1 'J1 llln loiiilon) I mi il n i comindLllnR on lho llrlilsh milv to llio ,u bl itl 11 iu sun Inml In mlstrcs-, m the' "cT mil vvh'l i eyor wimts u, taiij loimnin tin onh villl, UIKUli: hd UIIU Si 101 K IK VBllsni u tlmuiini) im, lmno mill inurf c llims. In Cteimii iiillKnniiH niul VM "I count fit-n n te official as u of the presidential olc'cllon o: nrerlulory war ovember 7, (In- twent-one tliO OMHUiIK macks i jusllllcalion fov lln coiintios of Chaves, eit nnd Union, vwliieli his majorities :3.ifLexcess of those con; [feV tlie -Rcpiibiicans. IHguol county, Bm-T Inmjonty lyns only 71, rfceeivcd "at ovember 7, (In- lucluillni tlie inpat pojiulous of llio stnlo, Angelos, Alameila, San Krauclsco Sai IJiega nud Sacramento. When (he count was resumed toda the liiEliosi Kepubllcan elector wa' crixllltHl wllh voles, while the lowest Democrat liail n major WSM "'D oloolo, An no ujjsels In the first imotflclnl returns lmvo j-ct been notcJ state Democratic tenders predict their owest doctor will run ahead of lho CM HUGHES MAKES'SLIGHT ,QAIN IN MINNESOTA St. Puul, jHnii. Nov Hughes motlo u allglii.uet galu.lu JllnnoBota today through corrccteil unofficial vote on HouBlon raiunly nnd tlio audl- jors'. aUeota from i Issuer, JJori Isuti, Mower: and t Wascff: SSuiil to; tiv. so tJmfc Do Bnca 1ms gain of U voW. tho n fel .count, maWng SJ.V.M BE sHow.N fev COUNT ia totlr COlintics, over electors show- no nm- G87. 'At a chance on si: week Wo, claiming n mnjority 1 for Bursinri in '0 count." arf lioflllu ttonal Hie fad tlmt 18 the, fault of r'i empowered the American pi'esldml 10 lako strong nieasnreg it.iim.t fjritisli Hint Jlr. counter measurea ,0.0 Ib nu Mil nnu- DEFENSE IN BOURKE CASE .Chicago, Nov. ror ,-ie dofenso was ilitrbduced today in the Ida! of A. charged ouvci. w u Jilrnt ln M'illCll lho Alasku land fraud ciiso, wnion brost was. dofoiidont. Jiirors look the Slnilil nnd leullfied tlmi Uourko d nol.ilns In .tho jury robin In lnrlii caSe lo imllrate llist .he linil any to 'bribe any one? i UlB t1yo "attleahlm and g craft was h h i 5 tfies Balmar" .will bo Arizona Is !n on M-fc1 v mnilo today by Ilic admiralty: JLIIINSN Clmvcs county returns Sail! LEAD OF MONDELL IS REDUCED IN WYOMING Clieyonne, Nov. lead Of Pnuik Monrloll over J. -n. Clark for consresa acconllng .a ns reuce, acconll S-ItiaiOVllv to bo (o to 482 w Hlo receipt uf 01 of arnroxlnmtely OVrilr nnimfxr 1110 J. county liis is 847, and in Unio r.d? OLD hini a majority of 567 in Me.and 200 in tlnion. figures in tho f oxir or fi mentioned follow: COONTV CIOTCB- 2273, Upton Oi 859, 'Hill SW, .IlamrilwU W31, Hubboll S3S, Walton SIS, Dacil 212-1, w, lleDonnld 2152, IJndsoy 2S6S, Mlrnlial 842, Otero 915, Hall 2311, Pago ''.2320, Clancy 881, Swlnnoy SOT, Davtsson 212S. Br- 'i WoW 2189, noborts MnrUhoi' 82V. itfsc, Upton aves 16, pton L 1Iin Huhbell 228, W 233, Da Boca 10SO, >'cDonnW Undsoy .083' 230, Otoro L2W' '053, Clancy 2-W, Swlmiey Dnvlason 1057, Br- 243, tlum 239. MIGUEL Cllavcs 2M5, Upton Hill 2933, Hammond ITubboll 2032, 2HI5, 1 Do -Dnca McDonnM 2158, ero 2397, Mlrabal 'nil SHC, ciniiey 148-' Wagner SOM, Brvlen >5-1, Montoya 2244. li'V.' dinvcn 1994, Upton Hln 1'106. Hammond Hubboll 10111 Wnl- 'Moz 1695, u0 nacn 1655, McDonald 1558. S-Sargent 1C13, JMJI Pulton 1928, Clanov 1583, Field (nialleil-ln) or HCattered votes from romolo Heetlniia. WILSON WELCOME CELEBRATION TONIOHT Wushingloii, Nov. welcann colebrallon plnimed for Prostdent- Wli son by rDsldcnls or tlio capital on in, occoston of Ills return aftor n sura mers absence, which was poslponci] from Mondaj- nlsht because "Iho pollt leal campaigns had used uii all nvniln bla red fire, will bo hold toiileht. STATE CANVASS OF VOTE IS COMMENCED Sacranionto, Calif., Nov. tary ot Slato Prank Jordan haa start ed tlie alato canvass of tho rotb al tho recont election. Alpine anfl Jlontoror counties have In theTr returns and Iliey liave been found to bo cor- OF mnilo today by Ilic admiralty "A German submarine on Nm-eraji ID tor 15, SO inllea vvcst of slnlta sank I I II wllh a tornodu u hostile transport I U Eloimor of aboul sooo ions sailing nn.'. itcr cover of dcslroyers nnd iwlro! boats." RUSSIAN VICTOHV1' TURKS REPORTEO Pclrogrod, Nov. nounceiuont was niaao''lmre today of a Russian victory ovar tho Turks in tho vicinity, of Sultnnauart In Porsta 1 ICO miles southwest of-Teheran. Tlio Rtatemcnt follows: thb direction of. BWIar mir de- TEST CASE TO SUPIME COURT GOVEflNMENT PLAN Teuton Merchant, of Parral and Family Fall to Frenzied Rage of Leader of Assassins Because, Mr. Hoemuller Permittee! Display m Store Window of Eighteen Pairs of bars Cut From Carrancistas By Butchers EARS SENT' TO -HAVE THEM FOR BREAKFAST- (Ky Leased Wire to Now Mexican) RL PASO, TEX., Nov. 1 G'.-Theociore HooroiiHor, a raer- ohant of Chihuahua, together his wife Why- wci-c killud by Villa bandits when Villu occupied PairnI a re- port received here by a Mining company states' HOD- luullcr is Kind to bo n Gcnnan subject. According.to the report made to the mining company by a Chinese nnd Arab refugee from Parrnl, HoemnUer's. execu- tion was ordered becnuso In; had permitted a display of cars cut from CniTanzii togcthor with an inaujting letter against Villa, in the window of his mercantile store in PnrraL The. eighteen jtm-s of ears, the refugees said, luicl boon cnt from Cnrranza soldiers of tlie Pavral garrison, captured by Villa's bandits three months before. Those ears were General Hen-era, the refugees stated, with an' invitation to .'Imvo, them for breakfast." Tlie ears, together with'an open letter denouncing the cruelty of Villa, were placed on display iu the Hooimilter store by General Herrera, aceordino- to the refugees. When Villa nnd his bandits arrived in Pnrrril they learned letter crijicising Villa. This ordered Hticinullpr anil bis family killed, tlie refugees "declared. Movement to Put Manufacture of Booze Under British London, Nov.' motion thiu llio nmnufactiiro'Df IcntJnglloiior In Oronl Britain TJO nifido (n tho tioueo of common a, 'according to'no- tice given by R group of members nfter tlie sjicccli Inst nlffht of Wnltor fliinclmati, prcsUlent' of board of trailo on flio food altuattou. Tho mombcra of tho group, their nollco elfttcd, will nnwe that this pro. lib It I cm BliouTd lie Impoacd tn vlow of corn, Etignr oilier food ntuffs. Weather wai the minimum temper. 11 Ature yesterday, ana 4? L Indicating 111 of the .cold III'.map. Ale o'clock (hit 22 The forecast f6r Santa ft and vicinity: Fair tonight and Friday, little change In tempcrjitura. F.OP rJew Mexico: TenTflM and Friday fair, not much changa. In '1 r m1 I ln "'ration Of DWJar mir de- LJ 1 n Whole Uere'nse System driven tho Turks to tiet Settlement I, 1 1 r" t Qf f t-OffrttlC nt V _.. J ni _ __ Around K.enah In Hands of ALLIES FOU'R MILES (By Leaned wire'to New Mexican-) Lomlou. .Vqv. from tlio headquarters ot tho Freud army at Saloulkl under cloto of No vembur 15. Hie correspond oilt of ft cr's Telegram company 'nays- the Vretich, ami tlnluiu forces onornllns 'vest of llin Cerna river iittacKort llio -onomy's linos Airing n. rnlnslorni Dosnlto strenuous opposition, Ilia French cm tureil thirwiiolo system'or 'detente around Kpunll, wlilch also fell !intj Fronclrhands. "Flglitlns at somo places was vary .jsiwrnto. ,llio men being up to their ncdte In mini and water, Burlng-the itgnt tho onpniy counter attacked ric covering a portion of the trenches'hm   RuBco.Rumanlan 1 army In Dotmidja, has been In evlilcnce for several'days. Bych arest reported a.further advance yesterday toward! the Im porlant Tchernavoda-Conatanja railroad, where lha Teutonic at Hcc turned back-In their drive OerlJn today entered .a .tfenfal o the Rumanian claim and In Its report on the pobfudja campaign chronicled only encounter: be tween advanced dotachmenti. THE BRITISH advance In.lhe An ere region ,ln-Krance -seems to hove halted. Condon annoaoces only artillery activity durlnff tho nicht. Berlin, however, report! heavy attacks by the Brltlih .yet- terday, notably on the vlllnce of Grandecourt, which are claimed lo have broken down, SUCCESSES AGINST the French scored by she Qermahs north of the Somme yetterday, are report ed by Berlin today. They con slated, according to the slate- ment, In the capture, In IIOUM flBhllng, .of. th. e'aitern of the village of Sallllzel where the French were raenac' Ing the German portion. In Ihe St. Pierre Or French trenche. oh th. northern edge of thli wood. French reacted t the Oermans louth of tho Sowme chaul. where a Oerman counttr-al. tack yetterdav "pJelloIr" lho v" 'HE et FRENCH nd I Ittl nlnht, The Invasion, of Rumania Is continuing tUrKr, declaref, slslance It apparently countersd by VM enhavn, the tenacious th. Bum.nl.nt SIXTEEN SUITS SO FAR.BROUGHT (Sv. Wlre New Mexican.) 'Nov. dacls- J fon by the supremo court, ou sulu "at- ;tackluE of Hie S-hour I law probably will sought by Uio de. parlmcnt of justice. An appeal prob- ably will be niado In Ibo flrsl case docldeil, In tlio hope tbat tho sunrema court may ,be able to pass 'Judgment ss ue.ar ,ns possible to January 1, when tho law would become effective If not suspmidM by Injunction. A iloclelon In tlio highest court vvould bo binding on All lower federal nil iultul luumltl Inl.AH rourls and hilght dispose of all Tlio doparlraonl's policy PASSENGER. TRAIN HELD .UP; PASSENGERS ROBBED El Paso, Tox. Nov. 10.-A north [bound, passenger train frr.ni Chlhua- '.liun City was held up y'esierday nl and Hie poeseilCTrs 'Vob- vu, utcorilliiif to reports todar' to .arrnnia Consul. Bravo. Ttib pas- ..enEcrs wero robbfld. The bandits noiaing up the train wero command- ed by Corral and Murgfa Tlia train Is expected to reach Juarez tonight. Tiro telegraph, soulh are lorted cut. urosumbly by llie.Ramo A forco of Carrauia cavairy'ls re-j iwrted lo bo In pursuit of tlie bamllls who robbed Iho rraln. These bnndils aro thought to bo the sumo banil which lield up and robbed ibe aoiitfl-l bound passengers on the nlsht of Or-! FIRSF De Baca Leaves For California Tornorrbw For Month's Rest SPECULATION AS TO APPOINTMENTS not been finally nettleu, but It snW tortny tlmt Inls course In liotn? consldDroil nnd probably, would bo fol- lowed. _ Official nollco of the- filing of lei sutta had Leen recclveil today by the department but nn decision reached as to whrtre It would (leaver lo lmvo llio firat Hearing. and ;s of' wero executed aiui the! robbed of their ctolhln Famous Author of "Quo Vadis" Dead Washington, D. C., Nov. Slonhlowlex, tho Polish novelist.'.hoal known tn this country as tlio author of "Quo Is try a doid d at Vovoy, awlttorlnnd, according to a cablo patch'received hero toilay by Ihe Pol vlclim'a relief eprarolllco Slwiklowlei had ilovotert much ol his llmo recently lo Polish roltof work. 'Hi) .hail boon In frequent communi- cation slnco Ihe fcuroiioan wnr beffnn wltli tlio committee hore and with tho National Atnertcati Red Cr.oua. Tho announcement ot 'his death -inio from n man named Ttnblnwlu. who Is n member of Uio Polish com- nlUea ni I.nuranao, Bnlttorland. Tho mcesngo pivld the' novelist dtcil' Uenly In a Vovoy hoiol yesterday. NORFOLK'HAS FIRE Norfolk. Va. Nov. which ftirly today throatned n snunro IQ tlio section of Norfolk was sub- ilcd with n losa of about Th-i fought In thlrtr-mlle nd freezing cold. General '.Marcos Corral one of th commanders la a brother of Villa first wife, Sfrs. Corral Villa Gen oral .Vurgn Is'one of Iho afurga brolh who tire.piioraUng under Villa, olhlng has been hoaril from th train which loft Jitaroz for Chltiuahu yesterday mornlng.nnil u Is fcarc this train was also held, up and rob boil. Tho telegraph line ban been ro Dalrod and messages .aro now bolne rccolveil in Juarez. TIM pajseilgcra worn robbed of Iholr oloihine by tlio bandll.i. Watches, Jewclrj- nnd othe valuables wore taken but nono of iiii .paBSetifiers wero killed or nccorilliiB to Iho report from Chlhua Itua City. BOND OF AMBHIOAN PRISONER REDUCED El Paso. Tox., Nov. bom! of Joseph Williams, tho American who ls bolng hold In lho J'.inrox on a chargo of havln; slolon catllo In his posseielon, was railuccd from 1C- 000 noses to pesos by tho Car It wns announced to- 'a orpcctod to bo re- leased on bond soon, NEW SOUTH OF CHIHUAHUA _K1 P.so, Jox., Nov. IC.-Ooncrnl dor of. lho lho northwestern mili- ern m- tary zone; Aiunsolo! 153 According lo received hftro today. Governor-elect E. Baca plans to leavo LAB Vegas to- for Loa An- geles and other points ta southern CAltfornfB. to remain until lato In December. His physicians havo advised Ihe trip, believing that tho stay lu 6. low altltudo will greatly Improve hl9 physical con- dlllon. Ho plans to take a com- ploto rest, reserving considera- tion of appointments and other matters Incidental to the opcntnir of .his administration until his tuni to New Sleilco. Tha Inauguration of Governor- elect Do Baca and tho other state offlcora elected on November 7 will tako p'aco during the Brst week at Jai.unry. Tho constitu- tion provides that all electivo stato officers shall hold from January 1. following Iholr olcc- lion, and tho Inauguration nur.or may not taXo placo on New ''Year's day. Tho most Important appoint- ments which Governor Ite Baca have to make those ot engineer, penitentiary super- intendent, game wardon, Ronoral. atate banlt oiaminor unit Mtlo mlno Insjioclor. In Addition to these, thero aro minor positions lo ho filled. many "tato board! and coniallialoners 10 named. Tlio re-appointment tf Jamea A. Vrtncti slate engineer and ot John B, McMnmu aa aunorlntend- cnt ot the itata penitentiary, are regarded ni probable. What tho now executive vtlli do In connec- tion with the olher Important post- lions l> nol In fact, It is understood lhat he his not yet the Idsnllty of iar of the probable   

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