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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Wellsville, New York JULY 5, 1916. a With Associated Press and the American Is No Specific for Recall of the Perching or Threat oT to Restore Order In Mexico and the July 5.A note to the United States from the facto Mexico reached the Mexican here and probably will be to the state department 4.. to the embassy as In tone and designed to offer the basis of an settlement oi the differences between the two r It reply to both the sent to facto government ay Secretary and eald to bring tho Issue between the two govern menta down to The promises to restore order Mexico and to American tnat tho for unsettled and that their withdrawal tar toward eliminating sources of fric lion and is said to be no specific renewal of tho demands for recall of the or threats of but at Uie samo time tho of for a statement of intentions is met by a general of the rather than by a direct announcement of Mexican government states that it has Its principle suggestion of mediation from other American invites the United States to record It that negotiations between officials believe General Carranza himself framed the language the It Is said to bo much more diplomatic In terms and tone than any of the recent Mexican was told of the arrival of. was understood to be Its Ho highly hut - tts delivery to Arredondo left the embassy soon the note arrived to spend the Independence day holiday at a mer An embassy employe been to Rive out as to make public before the ambassador would call at the state NOGALES 6,000 National Now Occupy Little July 6.-^-\Vith the of the last of the Connecticut consisting of the Second battalion of the and Second the garrison here now about 6.000 steel found in a Car - led .to the belief that it engineer of the who hp in his seat the train was found to have been wounded on the back - a locomotive took charge of the train and brought it to report reached here from Mexico to the effect that 3,000 soldiers were moving north from and to a point 20 miles south of. 1 lOHH at West SCOUTS DROWN ine war as more of preparation for war than of yielding to demands for receipt of orders to turn over to tho selected commanders that 6<"Aeral attention to the organization of the remainder with a view to their use in Mexico AGAINST FREE 6'it of Agricultural by 33 to 21 its annual the went on in of by tho The matter came up on the The vote by which tho appropriation for free struck out waa to 21. It is expected that the con ference committee oi the two s of ia provision tho cost to the government of the free seed distribution was not to be by the of the which for the last four years had reached but to this should be added the cost of which would amount to nearly for the four - TIRE KILLS Off Automobile Striking Her In the July 5.Annie 10 years died in the of sustained when an automobile flew from the wheel and struck her in the The accident occurred on the girl picked herself up sho went to tho the chauffeur ot tho was arrested and Members of N. July 5.Three of the Hoy ot the Central Presbyterian were drowned in Silver The troop was on the west side of tho The John 18 years son of the Rev. C. Waldo pastor of the Central 13 years 16 years a of - the boat capsized who is an was trying to save the Clark members of the party of which were to the six boys tlie land from Palmer's whiTe they were to The lake and it said the ln tho in dodging Uio WRECKS Torn Off and Front lightning demolished the honn of Joseph at and Fenimore four who were on the second slight The roof was torn off tho house and front thrown The family was hurled to the ground when tlie floor caved in but received only a water the Pont Pow der works near w a destroyed by and the com fire signal system put out of A 40 foot tfn sign on the Hayuk cigar factory cut In two by a bolt and much other dam IN WAR Great Enthusiasm In Horn Speech on Mexican 5.Colonel Roosevelt put oa garb hert He a call to for the he is Advance in Bis en West IN Cavalry Crosses Carpathian Mountains Into Hungary British Temporarily Halt to Their from In Somme July 5.~Th<* German wai last night announced a notable victory for the forces in Cia Southeast of Tlumach the Rus slans were on a long French the British in the river re have straightened their line somewhat by tho capture of and Estrees aro advancing on a wider toward fighting is still going on tho end of the line slight progress has made at say that the entire British front of 90 miles fighting is under high British officer is for the that artillery some as de termination and 01 the as well as the ol their are well the French are making n advance in the Somme without heavy and face an easier expert to reach their objec the river the Verdun is engaged in particularly heavy fight Germans not having permit ted the battle of the Somme to Inter fere witli their operations for the ture of TO Believe V. 8. Force's Will Be July 5.General today the direction of oi National reaching General Funston Indicated along the Army officers were frank In the of their skepticism ' ia early withdrawal ' fii view 0 declaration by General that his chief object in Uy along the border was to the acceptance Is Not July 5.The Infantile paralysis here had claimed up to iast night Since Saturday noon there Many new cases are The department of a to prevent the spread of the and warning the public to keep away from streets where there are one or more Mgre than 500,000 were sent broadcast tho city and Hetty Green July 5. Mrs. Hetty shrewdest and most successful woman financier in the died in her 82nd year at 8:05 o'clock day paralytic In she waa remarkable In for while ordinarily three paralysis cause Green's will enabled her to survive for 5,0CI0" fiad lieen to a degree of fren zy and later to the officers and Ji the war ship the colonel what has for three years In Mexico Is peace 1 should pre fer war as If war I shall I will give the young men of Oyster Bay and Nassau county 1 chance to make I cannot them to do anything I and my Quite us uproarious was the demon stration when the won't take married men with dependent upon It outrage that a man whose wife and children are upon him he compelled to colonel had emphatically to participate In 111 Fourth of July ceremonies that he not the throng and its American strength to the combined blow the central and Buch reports a significant movement of Russian patrols which are said tc have advanced from and entered Hungarian along the front engage ments of the severest character are in progress and the north from have - to outflank ron poth Shows the United States during the first six months of this compared with 34 for the same period a year and 23 negroes were mob and eight of them were killed in July 5.The Japanese ' in | and prepare for possible Girl's headless biKly a girl was found in the river near about six miles south of by It Is believed to be the body of Helen Hepler of wiio with her Clayton disappeared the night of Jan. 9. It is supposed that had eloped until April 5, when the body of In- tho There is doubt as to whether It was a suicide pact or whether thei were by a train and knocked Into skull was fractured which led to the 1 of foul Administrator of was appointed administrator of the his J. ia considerably In of tho estimate made in tho original Judge E. W. the probate fixed Chinda End Stockade of July 5.The-Hllockado. allios before Greece yielded commands tiie work foi the fourth after a terrific bom and by a massed attack which has been tlu of attacks and coun ter attacks for many days thou sands of men for is a which Is to the Oer mans for carrying advance near to Ruelf r and 40-th^-PYfnth to their resistance M a I re- lend ing a ' a Une also the fonr of Tho French resumed the offensivo night on hoth South of further ' toward the part of the bnt tlm Krench tlie stili hold a of the town of whore severe tightIng Is stili num ber of taken far iK nino front is stili in TO AiD Employes and One-TIme Employes Volunteer to July railroad has of loyalty from at employes who are willing to report special duty in event of a strike The number oi letters It to that a strike would not lu a ci with which have conie says statement of not mean that a strike of engin firemen and be kept ii except by great difficulty The volunteers would have to be drawn from other branches of the for Sam 21.000,000 July 5.A census bureau table issued here estimates the number of able-bodied men of military in the at about 21.ono.noo Of this number 14, 224.f(tO are native 2,857,00C who havr and 50, IN Study of 5.- York nnl to promote the public has a special course in of especially at tending the tor of the department of Journalism at State liave charge the The schooi opens next Find Two has been abandoned for James 0. Hur ley and Charles on a Georg banker of New lef here after searching tlic vicinity nea Inker spent the b for the United States J. weather bureau taken at B p. m. X X yesterday York 70 i. 60 70 Cloudy Clear Clear Clear City Boston New 80 at M A debate on agricultural Kican self-government until 11 M. o t i n K e s si j n e V s d a IN MANY Sharo In of a- Largo ligure In tlie of thi estate 01' K. lu 11 was ut the uf with her w ho was and alter tiVe camo to today a friendly and the to Secretary dent Mr. mode no but gave the that for- wUl High ed fho note aa and there seemed to bc no to doubt the he to an early wUh of the force tiie communication of government of to of the In teins giving ha of de to the 1 on Carranza led to an on at Is believed wiF - meet - half conciliatory spirit dot's not con the removing of General Per from nor does t any action would the war in guard the MEXICAN for 5,000 July for 5,00tJ wounded In event of Willi been arranged for Ms. according to an an made Mrs. William Put president of Local Auxiliary of the National Security Mrs. stated that been in communication 1 and public in July 4.-Alexican flags veio on the n Vera in honor the American day was by the leaMy one board the States transport Mancock tlie sixty or so other elected to rennin TV Vera A. of Ihe in reporting the made by 5io that he the of Zionism depends upon the lise of a great leader in Ye the of an the and recommend the of the federation n ihe to ho ir York in The con the an - unii in BOYS SILVER an Trying to Save Two who married of live The F. K. lives li New live Iti s wilL lias lire Ellie of iji French bis Mrs. garet whose a of tiie at and is with the Sara K. wlle n at Fannie 01' of in the and In Iler Is In the health Dr. Sedgwick of not bt left to and In a show how bees nmy be expert turned loose ol them In woman's in your My is toy c-f tlie boy scout of tlie Cen rnl Church of were In Silver Lake litis where the troop had gone or an They John years son C. ef vears 1 liont that the in water The boat and who was an w. to the Clark had i. een recovered to a late hour the it drifted -o far h it It was tlie readied Tlie boat not more I from it ha ve ' lake tonight for Vse of tlie dead arrived here WAS Utor Secret Service Men Had the Noisy Suffragette 8h 0|>n(lt Up Again an Then Led Away by City Gompers Introduced Bon dedicate common and a common a erected here as tEe new of Federation He told a audience at dedicatory exercises that the greatest barrier to industrial had been the difficulty of did and dispassionate and that our fighting blood ' or Interrupt address twice by Mabel Vemott of the Woman's who was standing only a few feet and 1** to of one class of she you truly desire to serve nU why do you block the suffrage amendment now before million T. White House secret service men made way to and quickly silenced She tried to induce them to eject her sought to interrupt the ft few minutes led her away from the speaker's She was not was not disturbed by the He at Miss who stood paid no heed to second that the president aroused such as his of that section of the daring that labor Is not a am he were any judges in the United States that it seems to me that that Clayton turn to the primer of human judges have to have opened I am willing to open Not Refer to brought repeated frOni who apparently interpreted having an Indirect bearing on Mexican The did not refer to Mexico or Vice ' shalT and members of the attended the Secretary Wilson of the labor of Compera of introduced a prolonged demonstration by making an appeal for of president peace or July schoolboys for army and they arc being ' ' with the alternative of being shot .in their the are being told lhat if any it will be on can where the loot they can get will amply repay for their from a story If my poor old mother coo Id sit up in her grave and would - - - seated herself at tho to prepare for her In Swimming Sinks Before Help Reaches 4 stood helplessly watching -a race from the George In the river 1>eior the aid for which ho his gave out in into his on to Ott the as a part the here morning before breakfast so might take an exhilarating through the Paris the current called for help cock of Painted who had sanH Babcock
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