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   El Paso Herald Post (Newspaper) - March 9, 1916, El Paso, Texas                                 #  Ü-Basa  LATEST HEWS BY ASSOCIATED PRES»  HOME EDITION  —MWimufca fl. PASO. 1I-.XAS. •fHU^WA^_bV^I^^MAWCH^.Jglt. J __^»;'^'•»' 1 ^  uÆSSiç  roWTKN PAGOTOPAV.  Germany Will Fight Portuga  ENGINEER IS KILLED  Declaration of War h Imcd By Germany At 3:30 Wednetday A ftemoon.  THE SHIFSEIZURES GERMANY'S REASON  Entry Of Portugal Into War As Britain i Ally Now Being A wailed.  BKRL&, 0»rtnany. Mirth 9 (by I wtrataae to aeyvill*. L. |.i-Otr-m»r <teUrtd war on Portugal at • 19 «dark WaAaaetiay triiriKwa tnd hand »4 hla paaapona 10 Um 1’ortup u**» adulator.  Thl» act la tend on Port ora N acta* wro •! Utraaa Uln in Portugal'* Kama porta «a« tbea» of fear Ml«Al-t Am «let* Mt«a »ualii Uw d»clar»Uoa a* war, to which retaat*» ai* n* aetietoatary rawly.    la an ally ot OfNl  Mrttala, aaa et tfce attaata aUtaa.  FORT AT VAUX  Drive Forward, Capturing Several Strong Positions; French Ara Confident  Hcrtln. <î»rm.-.ny. Maroh ♦—Th» vil* lac«- .mil atmor»d fbri of Vau»., north* raat i f Verdun haa be»n car>tur»d br tiw G*rmana. th* war office annftunc** loday.  Th* announc»m«nt «aya tbat fa ad»  d'iloo to thr ri lap« and fort of Vaux r.utnrr >ti» a<J*«tiiinc f»rtlfl*d poaltl*tie were raptut».! Th« aaeault n.** ra«.4a ln th« nlgul hv Po*en r«»-n• r«*i-mantf  Fr*«f| aay Q»'mim Iry«i«HL  l'a'la. Fraar» Jiarch * ~-Tfi» t:»r maria h*<r« b*»n repo'aed betwr.u Dauaumont «m 1  tb*> mIId(» of icvt, atter aev-ial -le^;- ait;««-'**. atc -i-i-panied l.y liit*rt«e ariillorv fi.-r- ar.A vl«lfi>r infantrv üMul'i. ac'-.r.!tr.|f <0 th* Kr»m h offirUl *tat*mer t wM(.»ï aa>a tfc.* ¿•ttBrkrra w«r» forarlctaljr c« -f«a*eJ '■> : hav'.ng p*n«uat«<i »h» vil* l*t< f '• a-ix  Irlklktuarl tttaiki iiyilMi..  Oi» m* \>i<inn a**'tor »<*t .->f th* M«ua» ti.e Kri Brh ha»* repulaed r»po»t. ad attacha ou th« »111«** of B"thlr.• '»art. accorttlnc to a «air.l-ofiictal atattiflaat m»4i h<-re today.  €*♦1  Freight Wrecked Near Del , Rib; Fireman Blown Through Cab.  iPEQIAi!, ^TRAIX IS SEST FROM DEL RIO  The Fatal Accident Occurs TImrsday Morning; Engineer 28 Yeati Old.  New4Jecretary of War Transmits Facta of the Columbus Massacre to Preside**} Who is Gravely Concerned;* Whit« House Bays That Vigorous EfforteWill Be MAde to Finish Mexican Bandits.  w  turf r  ASHINGTON, D. C, Match 9.—Seoctary of state Lamag a-eo’i^ced late today that tbe Uakrd Statai waa «msMbmf *km% Cm. fnr pcttMMMMi lo mn! Ainenuii tioo|» irto Moico to CIQ-« \ ilL b^ndiu who rnàtd Cohàntx», N. M.  A mrmorandum i» blatte pnpar«d with » vkW lo ito dbpatdi im cm* ‘rcr’^nr !..an«i ng derido to premi thè «ir te Gen. Ctmau. It probiMy vm ; ! ' dcéi'.té rfhng line« to tW corajaimittlka «tal Camui or thè >or;a ì »alx'I masMcre. d«raeadÌBt thè peijfctrtton ci die outr*C>  M.  »-r 7Aì?hi.v»:ti >.\* r \ r. • A<tniiMalr I '.!<•»!  V /  i •>**  nawa avana/ **aa»vhaaiM<i  éealarattoii,  Mai (hla  Dia  wm «a»  it (Vani  •aya fta th# toc«  (Aitila rtaraawvr ly afil aaéauraa of Ombu  1‘ubll«' confl'ti’nc* ha» mrrva»^<i to th* «xttnt that It now >a    thnt  Uaratara nawr wtH a» atH* tu takr arvtao. rn-t hit flfaaauk h.  V*rit«*i. ArtMiTV mah .an^W«-r thta * a#4ly    tnjurr<) th* Kr»at*«? art:n*ry «f f ^  th» war M tn» aactora of tha fr^o.t »a«t    * rmin  “ T"*  üitntiay a*4 Monday rav< l>r«i ah i»«r* 1    larao ataa4  .Tir»- of Hoffte aha)la l* 1  H houra tVhoìa | .-^ra,    »hai» tha a  won't» wara r* t«ic*é la ma- l  H     ^ ^  C. Mvcli » —  o'ft«!«*« to4ay  <J.t<nr<t*J tUf    ut  M HMJl>Äaa»lna»ran^ g .r i |^ f  ^  t    tfw ,„ ,„ fw Chil)lje .  No . .1, of * O. H. A tt  A  » I, | 0  (|*4„ out ti*    «R«a for  freight train flraai Dal ni*» to j  #B< |  Wi%i ,  v <>nat<i*ro<) th* ctiraa •aMiaraon.    «r«a kltl«<l Thar«-. „ hKb lh0 v „ ittd  ^ tÄ< „ probably will  <tay cnoroin«    1 and I ©Ctovk a<lw<  by th* aapi<>*iva aC 41m teilior aa W«, ***. 1 a?»"’** " ,!t ,!l ** • 1,eh   W Ullt    V”’  a. nui« *aa j ,,,,...  1)f , |r,v., of X1*M'  waat vtdi a! ril «'J- *> a '  ttrUl Tb* Utt»a .rtvav at F*rg«e *a-tif*ly Atoai»p«ar*a. havlnc ta«n4amiM« In ha!f a (1. acr. (>!*«*«. amt part of th« <r#*l af hill No. 113 wan *a«i)4*UJy hlojra aw»r  OtWiaaa Ual, »*1 Wha.  Ttir attach Tu**«hiy wa flathinc'*«rt ia il#arrth*4 paittruiarly viulent w'.'h i  aitila M rwniaw t*rtn, «rhlrh la tta | hath al«aa awayln* ha^k ana forth. Th*  eraveat aart of hrrarh ot navtmtlty •m* af eaanlal traatlea 0#nMV, tfcmfw% ia otuaad to «iva up a*r far* mar tlUlalt af («rbartnn which aha k»< MMtaiMf hacauaa of Portaynri «vK«iarC ai«a*tlaat.  *Tlia daclaratlon rnumeiaiaa a aarlaa of arradica of neutrality ay th* Mwtiiftaaaf (ravarnmanr. anrh aa tha aomiiaaia# of fra* var^nt# to Kncllah troava tarouah th«< col'«><y of Muoa»> M««a; tka »arrataaiaa n««n ta feniuh ■waafvar to naa ravtucuaaa a*f«a tor, » data as<**4in« that giv»tt «astrala; » tha aamtaaton plaon tha BraKA a««y ta ttaa Ma4air» aa a naval Uhm: actual  ata aat»aan K»nu«ufaa ar>4 Otraaaa troopa aa tha fri.nuar af dor* Maa üotithwoat Africa at.<t Aasata: «M froatiaht laaotu to il** Oamaa aatlaai Ity an*Ri>vra af tha Portaaaoaa aarliaaaaat »!«« «ovar w ara  •*Tha farUrallua furü« pointa ont that thr aatatir* of «ferma» ahipa 1« nautral rortwpa«** parta oa r*brtiary SI « an art aaalnat th* law ana th* traat.r>« « ^n.-ludwl b*tw»a«> Oarminy •ud V‘«rtua*r  l’ortaaal la th» llth natlcn ta rntrr thi> var. H*r r«ft«lar arrry ronalara af m«n wlth ISf.aao i<-«»»*a. #ha  la <-r. <t|ta»l wltli a t-.t-l availaM* alr*na tti af a bout »7«.oi«i M«r navy la «oBiaarattvaty nactiaiiiia  t«i raaaa* «a Iww NrtattK Lon>l<>a. Kna. Mardi > -«»••nnaa r*al<tn>ia la «Iporto »M thronchoat ISirtam<i hata br«a r<niM<l hv to*»r rOnaul tu praaaaé to apain latmratawy. acrar<liita to a étapatch to th» Kx' hnnlp T*l*ff^aah • '»mpany frotn ^Jabon  iciun jumwnTiÿaT arro avuhoh suvki  WuliliiitoiL P. r. Marih t.—Km an-at* io*l«v i»»»a*it fhr Mobloaaa raaotv* tien for a ••/>nar*«aior)«l iavrattaallaii  of th» MUotien a»r«tr* «f th» anar aria* laa frni'i < n.»ra*a aaal?:a* th* fondurt of th» itK'ion imt»» .»t San Olotto. Tha moîut'. 'it im«w ko»* 0» hatwa.  tl»r nan offlc*ra. ut> U> th* tmali of **«-rral oa tha atnp*>ror‘a ordera. ara aaid to have lad tbetr m«r. into tha thick of hatH», mat**'! of follow in* th«» Th» wtiola front * i« *h»ll*d W»dJ«aa* dny tn't d*apltr rhr runtlnuoua on* nlaujtht af tli* </tr»r>; i -, tli« Fr«-a< h aay they r*w>#ln»<l ma»<<r* of th*- ir«iport-atu »vaitIona, wtnninfc ba«h Coii'rao* wood whirh lh f ' Uirt i 1 «» day h^for*. tairaaaa .t««a»a* aa ha#n«-,  Tho Oarmuta tarr»M«»d tn»lr aitacka on th* Wo»vr*. apr*««ltiiK    m*a  alana a >t mil« fruit and '.ipturfd Frean»*. which «nahl»«t them to aliortrn tto«lr ]la*a arvan ndl^a The Krmek Imw fidicn t^k t«* th» h»i«hia of tha M«kN. wh»r* th< next Kreat conflict la ttpartti  upy t«M -  It. « Ht-4-  . . . nt.tr, ny-nii»ii'it t<> •>»' A<m !•<’'< h-«»U*r af tra.fht.  m#r  «^ieh ia* ' «n >a*a n*i**rnmant acavrrad. t «vtontly had n«. <•••?,tr».i  •a >li»aa | »«waaa ***** 1» •» Itoaa and th* flrtmaa waa M«|M to tka aa-1  rrdfn th# eaH t    j flirts ab«iat iht «■ *.t* k on OoIiim»>u*  Hutoir« ia a nun baf^afa >7 xnt M J ‘ yaara aid »nd haa baea In V,* «mp'.oy , of the •» H t- f* A. for a r<Minh*r ot ' year* Ile 1K<« nr I'»I Ri« h^a »ha fr*4«ht run r>et«e»a 1><“1 R>o and Hu« der*<-n  II Mil»* FeaM D»l Ml*.  T>’.• ari-ck <>f tha »na 1 "» o^c«»"^ I 1* mil-« »•»» i/1 l»*l Klo Aald<- fir.wi ih*»■ h!o*u-i; up t>f th» angln* th«r> waa raid t. te ou derailment and i . Votlv' of a wfc U u i t+w will n<>t I.« • (n.»id-rmhic. a ti, .al trala haa p«n<* <>ut of l'»l Itlo to »t**• ••■tn»* of th«- *rrt<»«nt ta.  »•nur *•»< k th>. iirad emciue* r aa,] tka injured Î'..k'iK:tfi  the whl» fovaa that vtgoroua atopa r uM h» ifven to p«n<ah th* bandit#. ;  I The pr**i<l>>' : t dlri-*t*d **cr*»ary Raker  to d.» e* r>thin* poaalbl* to protect me Mean a  Ajaj n«i.. Fun«i*n*a »apart waa aani  froat Fort t*aart Houatoa, Tn. It roa-vry*>t a report mad« by Cat. Btaruaa to hta tosnmandttis «fftcar.  %««th»r Kwata Qartieat flraatwi  Thwr»- w*rr ladlnatlona that th* <V*-•ift‘1«ra<lon th»t lu-n^ua uma»H<’r» would b* ih« «iiraal > t<» ’(tipalr tl*a J r>i unothrr *Mi»t r*ak In th« »»nata ‘ %t)i«re ,l*e optiouenta of the »<imii"atra-P"lii i h«v* h*«n wt« »t .•«•tiv e.  »ani ta 4«M lai»»*»a«t«a.  At the whit* fcoue* th* r»p<*rt waa re'aNrJ with ««Mvo.^a >f tiw frjoV a*t rt»n.»ra. Offlrlnl* «...ai fh«miaf with tf>* praaMent'a MU u*.-»a roltcy »Mart bwt thry    taat tha  r..'d h4l breuahi rti» altu it < n ta a .’Miii-al point, where it niitrM i.. dtffl^ (CaaaRaa*# aa f*aa *. 0*1. a>  -T—  Many Bodies of 0ain Mexicans Are Quickly (lathered Up and Buried; ViUistas, Attacking in Bariy Morning, Charge Through Cavalry Camp, Then Enter Town, Killing, Looting and Burning Property.  >on i> **r to  . .1  S^OUTXSCSl w. ft. »»• * ’« 9-Msj ^--  11  A  StaM» lia tola», atoiiaaaa at 0»b* «• J v  aaa mtk. <aüf aaal tkraa Uaap»  af aavatof tota Mastaa to ratotorra ! Mai- Fm«K Toiapkina «rha Rtott la  1  purauit af (ita. Villa’» band of IM tn  ; iota Mvaica* towtito «ito àaitr  I anarvtd Qal«Mpi V. ft. MMtov. toot  j la# »im aari^hÿ '(&  ; laaadttir tka IM «Mltf.  ! »quadro*, af aavairy ar •fart Hit** aai that ka 1ia4 aafiMa&t traapa to wklp Villa agata,  Twanry-toar ba4loa af Kax!ranA. j •lain la tka Calambaa attark. had boa» . pathared Up ititi burlod bafara t.oon \ and afrt< lal« raport*d acoraa mar»  In thr brttoh.  >ah I ap to». l»n*in* »v*ry  f>. c. Marcti »,—Chal* a'.hat.«n«lal chars* aaiTlnat Ur»ai Britain contained la tfia (l«rniat. mriaiorariduin »ui>mitto4 Wai-neaday lo a*cr«tary «*f aiata lanata« by «witii vpi* B«r»»*t«rff. Ih* Britlih aaa• baa*v twdav leau-d j -»^teta.-nt intended to aUow that whll** Oermanr (-«intenda har aatniaflne warf^r» ta in letaila* Hon far Hfltiah vl-.’ ,«»ona of i> terna* tfonal Ina. *<»**•' **f *♦»» 0*rai»n aela  IMNCS AND HiS WIFI STILL IN TEXAS DESPITE COURT RULING  Auatin, T»r. March f—Vn - lor Ii>ms and hla wife, wlta har* b»»n r*aiai<»«; »«tradition to tl»«r*la. »till ar» b»r>>. although ih» auprem» coart on V»h, ii, rtilad that they eoald ha a«tradl<-t»>t Mr. and Mra. Itina* vera brwiitht o T*aa* from Kuirant.  f >r*■ char*»,! «ita. th* murder r>r Mr*. Kiala Mola«* r>*nni». ami Mlaa lu.iir».'# Nolnuk of Atlanta who dl«api<*>r»«i tn Kan Antoni«* la Jan*, tui «. Thev have b»*u rcaifttnp •Stradinoli to n*«raia alni» taetr ho-aalttal in th>a »tat*, »»»»mint; th»-y moat flrat he ai\«n nn 0|»i-«ri4i lt> t«* return to or.jion, wharo tiny *->.«<a arreatad. Th« tlaorpia iciu-im^ata »bara» th»i>i wtih lar« *i«y ufi-r traat la «•vrine«'t(f»n with II?.**#, «huh Mr» Naim* la allea-d to have p«v.n im.» to iavaat.    __  RoouviiT tin»» TO K CAMHoan n rawAUEs  Now Volk. M «i»’h RooMtalt. »«'* i* aaw ht  wer* rvwimUlo«! before th* Rrltiak had Hrltieii U•*' lt»«l»e*. i*atf*4 th» aidei a In «-uncil »»r *ona* mitt* a «fhar artn af witii h tha Oeraiaaa compiei»  Thro.H'io TrW : ..I  st^l.rft ... t-1  American Commander of Troops at Columbus Old Time Enemy of Bandits; Believed Effort Was Made to Capture Him by ViUistas; Reports Bandits Be pulsed and His Men After Them, Over tine.  CStMAM VIHT 01 NOMM HA ' COHPtlSIS IS VESSILI. R1P0KT  Landa*. C»». Marrh t —A«aardlap «a aceaunta m taa marninn nawf aa*rara« «ar.ilaa tha raaaat a< tlvliy a# th» Oar-m*a flr»t la «ha North ara. tha fleet ta« to «Marni «a paa* K CM. L)  Hrltteh U'*a« Iti'lie». «*l » **»*««• •- t ] till Kiv»n out t«<tay ihrnuah ih» X»» \> K'i Tl.» t KvinitiK Mali. *n*;»h»«i<’*Mf 'l«il* >v * »* «*#- j M  ib. . Hiutiiiair lu tha ft«« ». f .|.< at-  TU >N'fV-THKI.L «f villa a follow era war* killed by Atr.erlc^t. j traapafa When they attarke t  (   ^•■laaihua. !f. M. Thttrad >y m*.m-III«, ^riordina >o InfurtnaUon t«la> « s. aphc«: by Cal H J. s»o« uro. camma»*« . ma tl.a 13th cavai» y. atatloai«« at |  t*«»:uMib-ja Of fhi» m.'»** « r I] »are 1  kiltrd t-> tb* lîib cüv ■ ni*n aa th» , v'iuui.1^ »harped thioiith »*>» t<th . < .mtti ht roluint>r. .i».| ■; In th* 1  •    t!»»*>, .J »*«*lunib«M* tiuiii:*! . .» nao- t i«n.^ f r»it with Ih» Villici.»    I  t . 1  sii'.nm :il*o r.i’iii' 1 « -! lh4t llv» j it.« Uili    h.id .roaaad I  Ho Mr» ..ii In.» in • oiti'i’iutd of Maj. ! T«Mtt|iKii>B, aittioup i th» rei'^rt from *  •    '«.Intubi<« dire. I at^tid ri «t l>at two I f i«of*a lii*d <*r»*a*e>*  lllln Naa 1*1»al» af Nenaa  I Si iti < <ii»'on offltì*r»  - I III*' I r  il : h.tf».  'amlliea at < uiuuit<u> ill  The Land of St Patrick«  A Map Far Every Irishman  A MW ot In taat«! «U«1aK th« fcrfaUlt. » ¡tl<4 titfaw of the inacfhl Ô14 |ri«li tamil.<o. w«H I» a (•utmr «< Wnè-Ew HnaH Uà vrrk. 11. uà)* ail! fcr ptti M m lour .ol*ira, aa tW la-i pafa af th*  eamn atti<i'i*"“» ; <-     t   It will (•» ai>m»(talt»f that r\.fy Iriab ma», »awaa or fha|Uf toaaM |K»-•Kit* M ia a raluaMa amrlu fcjr «. «•**• H. Ohotliraa, tM »HI km*tra Swok-toil I » initojwt  The «a» ha* U-.-n »whaaitr..! h> th^ »allr* to Um Mat Irwh arholara af A««*»aa# fca-    k*wrt> apfxwtel. Kmy latti» »»hcaaai i>*m  ta lha aaaalry ata efcwaa. alfa ifca leratina« r^aWrm« yf the MOiaaaa a*} tto variti» *rlaaa a«<i affaaUatk«« ♦.» tir *»il> Itiafc iaaa.  Tha Aaaitii ♦«agmf*k*l aaitolf,    anfh.^ r»Utna ia thi*  «a|». MhvtUt H*i‘  "4** aaraat»Ya *4    taaa aaarh .m if»t«<i » nr Kreralmiimi  a«a 0 M *W* ^ a m 1«»    «r * ’■*' '**# to *rstr.  Mv iHuàni'fc'faì^ aa4 *iS wwa Mto ♦»*#*? V» ** < ,lr  llw tmNN* ala»' fca»a i*toitoa I*» » ii f«,H.  ' TM Kptf 't&ti <HM an» l^aaTtoMwaw « aralm! al da Mt. fitrH# »l«t “it k ia»* ^    th* ipmiKi» ut'  <•** ** ^* t*"* M *•  VLitiliM M.ill e»«;»ni»»!*'■#»# ■<'" ’    » or i>.j 1 ti.f*'r»>»itoi- I‘»‘ \ i«u.nl**y of  J i mrtMalr la tha »tim«...a « .1- a t.. *h* »fl*rt ib.« Villa ..nd twtta u.-T..k—...  vr  „| ««y ath»r at:r» | ;•* n>.»ny h«r*»« »* m* •• ond thai thaaa TVm Tot.nlerl" to anj fi K h, fnr »»’nate wer* atatloiied at varloii» th» aamlna^ion. tha colon*» a.i.t,    i-.'-t. ln thr hlily »onntrv nf hnMhem  !wîî? na» permit any ..............•; •muahtia.    ,‘hiMfo’!* M-I  wtu^a.."'/««» 1 « Sftoai '.«"«‘iill n-o^ht^miuht fludo Ih« pat aalt U  tb* wunif» har It' «a m aometh ,.ie ^  M !<k n  ,.f oe K  Ht  th» «••»•»•»n houi*»  rL ,k iÄsì««!!ä.i.; i:,t k > <»•«>*•  r -•** “*ssäS'-’ “ -• ' —-........  “ma^Ä 1 »*« anti Y^ioMte, eooSfr  «'areaaaa Traaaa ataw.  u vita frankly atat»n from th« «im*  .. .l ii.ria Ih Jvaraa Thuradav morkMip m.K Gtn. Brrtant with hla rivalry »oiitd aiot paaatMy cmna ln c«nt»ct with th» advaaca fuard of thr Vt)|» o tr»..t h»for« II h»«ra: that m< tr.nifc h;..! l.et-n a*nt aut frrina -Tu^re«. <l.*n.  •    lavlr. . n ho t* la cr»mruand or ti<e n’>«y of no ilierti Chihuahua waa < »p».'trd > < tak« tlt» fiaft but h»* reni.une.t ln Jmrri  latoatry «a HMMta.  A battalion of Infant iy haa b«<r. . >■ ■it»i<d from Douplaa to fla<httm \. M .  •    » i.ru.-ot that town and th» b««rd»r u* <i>.«t rlvi.ilty, aocdriltnic tn .idvir«*« tr-<elv*d from JOoitali» at J*oit H| ; >« Ti urailay aftamoou.  Th» 1*th. ft« and Uth Inf^ .irv k.ì. nmit ara at a I ton»<1 in i>oui.*i »  Oen .» 4 prrahinK aiul Tnur-Mj.o *fttr:ioon that h* knaw *>f no . .i, al; •rnoaa la I*» aaat from Kurt Ttt>aa to r«lnf»r«. cot. flaaam a «.omn- i  ( .> ¡u Ctfumtiit  R*t*«a« «a Una.  tVpity ivllartar 1..» lilr*.* of,tha »aatotr» a»r«I«**, at»ti»nad ;it t'olum-bua, trirH «ollartar %. I. C«fl,h Thur»< doy m*'rBt#* at t octorit that th» town , had l«*eh «Itaehaé by Villa bahdlta '  Th»» *.*. «»lire rani- aion« aa con- ' f»» m.iiin« of othei »«»«•'«-•»«e». The Heat * t * «S Of |b» attai'k waa r*e»|v«d at th< t:i I*»*" poti»* ptatioti Thurada:  •?»« ahortlv hrfote  j .v a»-«^.ant Chaa. t. c dU»av.-. m*aaa«a ti llnu ..f ih» atlM>k  Tb» Am»i(•'«<•* bill»« bara *r»t at faluniw* no* ti*itnh»r SO, tha numh»r j haetntr h»»n tn»-r»a»*4 by tha 4eath a< I Thrv»u»a But'er. privata «»f troop F. wba * • l»d af Iti« «‘«and* irv*t**( In th»' | fgMina.    I  Im «toM Alba     t   \ Vr» Wrlfht, who »t;it»d that alio and b«r l« i*ik*nd and baby wara oar-1 tur»a bv villa a»r»ial éapa aaa »*♦{ liberata«! 1«at Iwfora th» flabtlna I atartad. IHi« aatd at th* timo flit» [ dartared. ”1 km aotn# ta »hoot ap i^aluRiboa .«»»d awK *• .■% torri» af avary man, wam.<t> »r.d >*t lM*''  Mra. Wriaht, %ho aaM a^o waa >*♦ :*aa»d tofar# th» fiato atartM, atatoi that ah» harf h»»n »tnnp»H*l «a retatala la ih» wMla alm.t»! uuatinaoaaly far itine day*.  Mra Wtlcbt ia th» «rito af aa A*t*r» |»an who, with anothrr Am»rt»ai» nam»a Praah);n urti tha lattar“* wlf». w»re W*ilnaa*»U> >i*j>f.ii«<4 kltM hy Viuiataa to thr <t»l«an.i dlatrlct at t'Iiihuabua.  Mra Wi'lc'it'« hualntnd «int their bah? ulae wee* relr»a*-o  U troata whi.'.i, ' o., fiod toward tha Ila«, atti.* k.-.i v th» fUak. kllltof 1«.  t'Uto toMaaaa Ut» W»m  Aaaaunta rocatv.-d b«r* aaid ' Villa a-Mreaaad hla m»n V ».ji ;cal bef'i» orderta« aa advat«-« C«4aa^j» Vitto tornire* th» »ti. iarond »«■¡M i > «¡*111111 to An»rto* v . amd ad<te*i thdt Ha "hMllr.. *t Ar >  1 icaaa ■■ »¡.i h»«atta»    af  _____i Tunt I k» •••!■ '»rra roap*-f«»*- •  riami  m  , w<h<i< | ......intona ta II- » "  «4*6t: “r»» fu,t^i stata» Ir*«* t» a to *•> (».«*♦ Me*».-i. Villa abojt»-t. , t'• r. frftrt« h»re "Lrt «a do ■»('»•. »» i.» mai«» *1 lok la th*tr 'hr<»ati Th» D»a4 at Calam*aa.  A T» lt.t> j». hotel pro*tri«*tof.  W»it. n \' !k«r, L’aitH statar <  *.»i.in nj.-r .\httof li mra, pamper. W Pi ».  • iilhw» <t>. ti rallroadL Mra. MiH.m Jam»». ì 0. I*»^n.  r. c M>ll*r. diuatRat rnld»ntlfi»<1 chauffeur J. L. M* >r>-. m«rchant, w. it v i , k“ , T, ««aat. r..  a l»oh»e, ear«o*ai^ o- -,f,  -.11- tlooj.  iraak r. JCeadven. ha?«» m»** ti ,.op K  Paul ^ininn. »orporal ,‘oha M«v»rchu. héa«i aar««aat. Murrj- tviaarall. corporal, troop « Kre« A. («riffra. amato, traap I» Vhuma» Bttttor, artrata, troop r. il. waa w»u»4*d ta tha fifhtla«, httt >■ i«;«r ir tha dar  truap it  ** V  Uaaa KHMi «**toa ________  raJMo l^np»>. ht-M r»apot»ibic far tha ntaaaacre or 1* American» and atkar for«len»ra at »*nt* Yaahel. l'hlhtaabaa. waa amhnü th» M»%lr«r^ kitl»d. Üta li.wly wa« Identtfioil. l^h.trdo Marail*a w*a «rr«-at»4 by th» Amvrlraa Iroop» it» «aa tbantrd with havlnv f«t4a4 villa t» thr b«rd»r aa«t with ha*!»« iiointad »ut H»tt»»» *h»r» nromlaant civilian», army offiv^a and aoldlare ltv»A  I4»«t C C tonai laae P. »ajrlor, traop ThaadMra Kalaant, t*o»p Mkimat tomant mavhtt^ «  ttoop.  ^ahn Tarbioafh. trae» K.  Jatnee V*nn*r, «ree# u.  Jotrn K».'#t. traap ft  Cavato* Caanp Artaeh.Hi Tha attach mica« rarly ita thr »no:*, top. aftrr Villa hai eotrrrd th« lo» a from the weat. ttnhaown to any on». Ha flrat atta* k*d tha »uma of the tHh v^ay^lry, bat 11 eatf»r«-| litU*. tVtrtrat buildtn«* w. r» fltrad and anlprra poet«4 at a*« »rat pti.iv» In thr to«».  , «htMIBfaaatoh inbahHaata ta»r» «rM»o t>jp taa aannd at ftrtag t» tha atreata and nato» Ina ootatt« wara am by f^aditadaa Wear tha Maxtoaa ta rader«. Ki.T»»hih* battle y*lte mm »at aa tha M* >*i>ati* *r«H|M thraaak ia* *tr*«ta. ftnaa at rt»ry aaa to ataht. villa to eat4 to hatr to « a w*** .by peaaral Ameetoaae etetay bt» ama. aa. Tha totephaae taire aaat to Rl faaa teaa ttt to pre*»at apptato fa* rota*  — llM  Jto.ht * ^a «1 n*. 1 m a A I wto® Ml* mW    • ' WP* a^»al.T  Til ÄW «»‘« d Af tSf* PawNHI fefetiieikt&    Liett. Jaâ f rsitleiti^  ranch were Arthur v.>Ki«nry. Wttttoaa    ttr ”!?î!5r Cortolt and J^mea t‘ N»»il. They wrp»  haaaatf Tarsiar : Ml ih»ir herftae kuraiNi. On a n^art-y i*iM« i. 4. Moore-wp< beat area killed.  ramali la Meato# taaatoaem .toaettoaa troapr** rontutU««l their retut of VUla rai-leia thruHtfhaat (ha.  affiver af the aay at th» tvtomi*a» car« rlaoe. eamateaea ilia t'altrd NIhi ato* torre. Mto thea the flahnng hacatot *t¥»«ralT JBhtmaa thrMahoat th» to*a wore flMM ani toltali  . The Vi  <awa,  ttocoy toetktw tn tkato 4»etb  r£2Ä . _  j \V:.-olnnion. J*. t‘-    ' !  ' «»Il I». •<»!. • »'otrd. I>n t» J*». t»t t.u,^ i  ’ Mi. »« fiatar Till»" '» » hill »e pro« hi.- • .♦ ' 1 Ih» Kiir. haa» »>« . -n«travil»'a «>f .«  I arxia« ut wnift» pia** »«»»t.   1  ♦♦ «'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦> ■ria»; nu 1» iOKfiiua. aoaatok  Jwilf ia> ' ■<> >t(<ntaalttr* in »■• M-utl\» H? ioti waa aaked hv  mr^mt «>♦ »» of Maeeerhvartta.  iu t«op.it h> «ria^e la the Irai. ti*-i« in‘1 •»*>"•  }>ii i I in» »« himittoa to'ii»# a«M»«ri a»a»tar Tlitmaa In l<ta e»»ni< »• •** mah» tha *ov»rn»»»m .armar |dat» Mil itaft«ilMl»4 tom-   ,M 5Tojto» M»« ‘«mtbar anttottot» aai» it*ola*i*»h »«.»ara Aamet»  «ali» <*f( a*ti». .1 ahlHa.  a! and seasualMture,  if you write like dûs  tm H ?» r. I.ety-. ino atoabt|o»ì»i i-<-«Hta «•!**  •tHaia*«; HVI i'“* *t»r«l«l t«t w.> hp«a ^ tn«b «ad won»* •». io vt* |v**i«*n;il,    “  ftioat *to*»'< I ah» »•. tin I tf».»..lr*.«i  Jl*t!  t.iiali*»ae **««•  . »<m% I.»«« »t*e *ly t ikf» a4«ani «K>*  1 tl.« Il-.^ld'a ar.»i»Uol«aïvat n-Kla-i jit »«»a *i«iiM k>ioo >•>*.* »«ali *«f >t.-i < li ,t >i*t a t'hafoci. «i»tti^ »»M ape«»*» w<»tH^« fa» ihr *rsti*olimv «wi-"# »J»   r  MroMtnod t«fh».lo aa toitotoUt  «MiapriatH«» ht«,  " Tla»al r*.w«i«*oa, i-o*.iiH*tkv  » a*aria#a aa nai.aaat    ........  h»«« Weah>Ka4 Met^M ** tb» .  ■    fé    thla afaeh.    . *  (tw»aia*aa*o^ , i»* -, wa^tomiieaa emi inii joiii.1,1«:- ■-» ■ ».»n,y xi m .♦ •*** *»a»  •«ti rnurao»»    f»#»aa»a tSnriy ah** aft»raa&ta a» wee*,!.~. .    - ---  « o. i^k^L«^: j kad haaa feretri »a to how far Ataer. i ara» v^aM taJhto far, K ^atop *vu»r^?,r •<»»* aetoiera had i*.nruai«d tota Maa- ’.**« *»aha »«caHrai faaUrh ealtojto *M» fram ¿ .uh.« ' **"*  tW     «“* <f«tototo« MRHI.Ì4. I.»  IUB1S MlilMKKil;  «Mi' 1  l»i,ioll*r>|» RoWI». IStb C.TV tli •  *    ii in;- i:»n f. r-erahlniràt fort Hlla», ••■•»ly Thuin'lav i>. ornili p. for t'ol Min.  *    »»n. <' m»aati iin»f th» cavalry «t Co-lofitMi.*. atated il Kt tht-rr wer« h..iti *-*»• li.»udita la thr raid *n«t that th- « l’t-*li-»» l Vlttu traa tn rnmtnanii I) • ► ■td tl m American ir»«,,» k,«d i'-iv.-n th*- l><>udite oft aad did not ;i»t«l ir-«nforrVta»nt»  a t»iej>hr>it» meeeaa» eaaftmuiiv th» raid eotn* from Cvwluctor Lumly. of  *    vtr.* fr«laht tmto ?*e. o/i th» 9St l*am* A . v <iuthwe A t»<u railroad, arho |»|». t>h»na4 lo i‘ A. I»anl»y. rhfof i-Urk lo ito- a«-n»ral »dp»rtnt*ad»at, to t;•• ri* f*.t ttiat ho waa al» thlto» »aat of < • I.init-Ii«. en rotile. ar«at, pai *«• afi»M to tah» thr trala Itilo th» ton 1. »••.ait*» of thr fiahtta«.  Il» t. portait that taro o.tl4t»ra h^4 »•pad hla treto aattto «h» *w.ierati*»e fiahnait waa aaltta «ai l*t«rra -«t»»» haeiaito amf »t4et»ni a#*r *v  •tri  \i.-«i  '• "'*#*♦ Ttoi eetoi«rà totd Itoi MMr  <..;»♦ m a»*« af rruXAfttaieato Mr *«a»«lwir M«ter»4 Wratotoyier fa « i il» tipta ta tara aM# ar*h'«w4,ai» v. t...' «tantiv* ta (‘«'Itaihiìm «a ai atoll  i<* h» mtiht «rt a lt boni n^bt«p»«to4l: t* >o.)tt.4»4 «t. pae* I. eotaiaa 41  Nadfet Mid  Mwlw^N.    yay ma*  WkNP ÄWwWI ffNWtt     1  A^JLatoA  lo a wwmjl Intlanfiiii  U. S. Cavalry b Necessary and  N^farAto  .....:?W rat** rtn'jt'H toa» + * »« Storto  aa «tltoaMi^a «eakidiN^. toisat» ,tV' aataaawtiilr »»«aito    $l*m  ì a *«tia«iiwai ^aa tma ptol» awa'w* li  *****  4-#ì  >*  k  %s   

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