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Vol. No. XXXIX
IS Al JUAREZ
Wailing to Hold Conference
With Generals Scott and
Funston of U. S.
Distinguished Mexican Leaders
Accompany the Minister of
War On Trip
COMES. ON "SPECIAL TRAIN
One Section of (lie Tnilit Is Derailed
Hcforo Reaching Destination nnil
Several Passengers Arc Hcportcrt
lo Do Injured
D; Aiioclalfl I'imi lo Coon llr Time
EL PASO, April 28. Gonoral Oh
regon, tlio minister of war of tho
do facto government Ih In Jniiroz to
day waiting to confer with CJonornls
Scott and FmiHton on military ques
tions Involved In tho Aniorlcnn intu
itive expedition Into Mexico.
Obrcgon Ib accompanied hy Gon.
Trevlno, mllltnry governor of Chi
huahua, (Jen. Santos, Governor En
ruilcz of C'hlhunhua and I'resldont
Kerroro of I'arrnl, tho party roachod
Juarez on a apodal train this morn-
Tho third section of Obregon's
train, bearing Gonoral Gutierrez, wub
derailed south of Juarez and sev
eral passengers aro roported Injured.
ObrcKon reached El Pao on tho hoc
Scott nnd Fuiuton aro duo to
reach lioro tonight, when It Ih ex
pected arrangements will ho made
for tho first conforonco to bo held
In Juarez tomorrow.
Obrgon anticipated rt Hnthiruc
lory conference, and wlillo ho did
not ay so, It was Indicated ho wan
Uttod with plenary poworo by Car-
rania to offoct nil ndjustment of tho
military altuatlon that now obtains
long tlio Mexican border.
THAI.V SIEES ACCIDENT
EL. PASO, Texas, April 28. An
iccldcnt to tho third noctlon of tio
troop train occurred noar San Joso.
Two tars overturned and two pas-,
engcrs Injured, (lonoral Gutlorroz
not hurt. Tho train Is oxpected
hero lato today.
. S. II TIE LEAD
FIltST IN PHODUCTIOX OF MANV
Second in Amount itf Gold Output
With South Arrlcii Klist
I'lgines Out Koon
ID; A..,M rrfM 0 C(lot Btf T,mff j
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 28.
'"les booh to bo Issued bv tbo hur-
of forolgn nnd domestic com-
we in Ita 1ig statistical abstract
IH show that this country lends in
bf output of coal, Iron, stool, copper,
petroleum and silver.
Jt also lends in tho production of
I!1,, . ,w. wheat, oats, appIoH, hay
I,. !obacco- In Bold production It
- uua second
with South Afrlen
lf Aol.ll rrM to coo. B., TlmM.J
0MwNI) Apr11 28 To War
en.in Wt mate" tlmt tl10 C03t ot
ml 1? arl8,nK out ot " war
hrVll.T?1 be $,3'00'000' nd
last il ' aMUnlS tho war to
oo ooorUg," th0 year' wlU b0 ?50--
rt,el . adaitlP" tl,ero ,3 "
Pre.-ar of nearly ?25,000,000 or
0,l'4 I'fM. to Coo. It., Tlmr..l
nUlu1"' A"riI 28 The Gorman
Ci" w0 have just
that ., Irte 8k,rl' nw announce
for Jl of leat,lr n hlah boots
omen must also cease.
mtUul Ton Mile Luke. Lo-
,n.oo t r iies for ottngv
9,"'"' Terms. Select
ngwoHhj- ami Hedges
O. OBREGON CODDING IS DYING TURK
W GIVE AWAY SO MUCH GOOD ADVICE
As Tho Const .Mall
HOPE IH EXTKKTAINED
Message SlntcH i Very Low al
May Point, Cnl., Wheio Ho Is
Thoe Is no hope for tho recovery
of Charles It. Codding of thin cltv.
,who Is at IJuy Point, California. Mr
Codding wont to California hoiiio
tlmo ago In tho hopes of recovering
IiIh health. For a time ho was better
but lator discouraging roports wero
.hoard. Word has now boon rcmlvmi
that ho ban been very low for some
ilayn past and Hint there Is no hopo
for IiIh recovery. Ills many friends
horo may expoct news of hls death
.. t ,1 ..
n. mi num. according to tlio ines
sago which came yesterday.
LEAVE FOR MEXICO
TROOPS DEPARTING FROM COL
Willi's, X. J.I., TODAY
Marching Orders Hcrclveal by Nearly
Half or the Soldiers Sta
Wr Amoi-UIM ltct .p tnt 114, iimrti.l
COLUMIIUS, N. M., April 28.
Marclilng onion wero received today
., .. .. , u.c
lint tt UIM lita ulntlnmtil !.. rtM.
" """" " ". iiieau
iroopu, inrgoiy cavalry, will prob-'uni,i
ably erosH tho border to rolnforce
PorHhlng Into this afternoon. It is
bolloved tlio Hoops will lio stationed
along the lino of communication
from Columbia to Son Antonio, 3'JG
mlloH soutli of tho border.
'.Military officers Haiti thoro Is no
connection between tho Impending
.dispatch of rolnforcomontfi and tho
reported arrival of four tralnloads
iof Carranza soldlrs In the Cuortoro
HOOSEVEII' (JETS SO.MIJ SUP
POUT IX NEW .IEHSEV
tlio H cm of Delegates to ltepuh
llcaii ("onventloii (Jo Un
pledged llljr AMurUlM I'rw In L'imw llajr Tlmn I
TUENTON, N. J., April 28. Com
ploto unofficial returns from lliu
jirlmnry In Now Jersoy Indicate that
William E. Cozart, colored, who
favors the nomination of Itoosovolt,
was glcctoil dologato to tlio ropub
llcau national convention with ono
othor Hoouevolt dologato. Tlio oth
ers aro unpledged.
PAPEHS THEHE .MAKE COMMENT
Feeling Is United States Will Not
Do An) thing Which Is Un
just Kr Awoclttftl I'im lo C'"" UT Tlmfi.l
TOKIO, April, 2S. Dlspatehas
from Aniorlca conrorning Jajan's pro
tests against onnctlng Into a law tho
Root-Takahlru ngreemont restricting
tho immlKration of Juniineso labor
ers, was given prominence by Japan
ese papors but no antl-Anicrlcaii san
tlinont was voiced.
Tho dominating nolo In tho press
coninioiit Is ca'm tonfldonco that tho
American legislators will not adopt
a law unjust to Japan or offonlvo
to Japaneso dignity,
HOUSES AHE SPAItED
Not As Many Killed In War
I C AworUted TrM to Coo Hf Time. 1
LONDON, April 28. Tlio mortal
ity of horses in training camps in
England nt this tlmo only exceods
that of army horse3 in tlmo of peaco
by two per cent per annum, fcald an
'rrinlni Trfntninent in reply to a
horses havo died in training camps
in this country since the outbreak of
the war. Nearly nil tno horses Im
ported since the war began came
from the United State3 and Canada.
" PKINTEHS FIGHTING
tBr AMOtUtod Pre to Coo. BJ TlmM.J
LONDON, April 28. Seven Ihoua
and printers have Joined the Brltlsli
HFIIOT IMITATES '"
Inrmy slnco tho outhrenU of tho war.
Four British Cavalry Squad
rons Are Annihilated In
Fight April 23
Many Troops And Officers Are
Taken Prisoners In the
OCCURS NEAR SUEZ CANAL
Survivors of lliltlsli Foico Flee llo-
foro the ;Eneni,v Announcement:
.Made by The Hcrlln War
t'l AaioclJloI r,rM o roin nj Tlmw.)
HERLIN, April 28. (Wlrolecs to
Tuckortown.) Turkish troops an-
.nllillntnil mm- lirltlni. o,.....i... u
. .. ....., .,.,. ..k.i.i ..tii,j niiu.i-.
drons, about 800 men, In a battlo
April 23, near Quatla, about 2ii miles
nnul nt II, .... .1... n I.I..I.
" Mvfc utiiiui, tiiu i in iwnu
war offlco uiinoiincod today.
Attack Strong Points
Tlio statoinunt says tho Turks at-
num-itacuort 8troneIy fortified polatluiiR
near (Matin destroying tho ctitlro
..! n inrnV .-.n nt i, r
Losses A iv Heavy
Tlio enemy suffered heavy Iobhoh.
Tlio survivors fled. Ono eolonol, ono
(iimjor, twenty captalun and lien
tenants and LT7 unwoundod wero ta-
NEWS OE TUOL'HLE
' IX IHEia.VD CEXKOHED
Aumlalol I'rvw In Pih rur Tinirn.l
NEW YORK, April 28.
Except for brief nowspaper
comment on tlio trouble In
Ireland, no dljpatehes ciimo
through today dealing with
the disturbances. It appears
evident that consornhlp Is
being rigidly maintained.
SUPPIiV SHIPS HAVE
(JltOUNDKD IN TIGHIS
ttlf AMoflilM Prrii lu rw nj Tlmn.)
LONDON, April 28 It la
officially announced that tlio
Ilrltlsh ships with supplloj
for tlio Klt-KI-Amnrn garri
son grounded In tho Tigris
four miles east or Kut Ed
Amara. YOUXfl MAX AT TACO.MA
Takes Same Poison That llhi Father
Used Four Veurs
(H) Aw Ittrt I'l'u to Vivli; TIoim.)
TACO.MA, Wash., April 28. After
cnroful Imtulry of IiIh mother as to
tho manner of his father's Hiileldo
by taking poison four years ago In
Athona, Oregon, Howard O. Kolger,
IV yoara old, took tho name kind of
liotson with tho same results lust
TO MEET KAISER
AMEHICAX AMHASSADOU HE
CEIVES UNUSUAL INVITATION'
lleqiiested to .Meet Empuior
William ut tlio Front N'o
Explanation of Itecjuest
fBj AirvUtM Pr. U l'o H7 Tlm.
WASHINGTON, April 28. Secre
tary Lansing announced late today
that Ambnssudor Gerard In a cabin
'dispatch telling of his intention to
' .i-i. .- iirlillo... ..i r..o...
XloU r.niliciur ii iiiiniii uv uiauv
headiuarters declared ho did not
know tlio purpose or the conference.
Tho emperor Invited Gerurd (o visit
him at the Tront without explana
tion. FOIl SALE New six-room bunga
low, completely fiunlslicdj North
Tenth street, X. K. Mattson, plionc
MKMUKK OP THE ASSOCIATED
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1916
UAPT. HOHEHT DOLLAR (JIVES
Fninoiis Ship Owner Visiting Heio
(lives Interview About Husl-
Captain Robert Dollar, tho veter
an ltimborman who arrived In tho
city todny on the Adeline Smith
left this afternoon for Unndon, ac
companied by James Dollar of that
city who looks .after tho company
Interests in t
tls county. Cant.
Dollar had oxp
son, J. Stanley
tho latter was i
cted to meet his
Dollar, hero but
tiled to Now York
ami eouiu not ct
me at this time.
opening of tho
Dollar mill at
ljandon tho captain
said ho did not
know what would
bo done and could not
bo had visited 'llandon.
i"eru no uaiil
was for the purpose
i.ir i...i...a (. . ....
. . , .. i
'wi iifuiuu iiiiiisn iivur.
"I DiivuniiiK I
t I.I.... .
Hpeaklng Vf gonoral candl-
tlons Cnpt. Dojlnr said that In
Now York thero wero very pros
peroii3 times and that tho amount
or monoy co tut lift; Into this country
wus almost beyond comprehension.
Cnpt. Dollar says that while there
Is a good deal of talk nbout prosper
ity that tlio people nro still a llttlo
cnroful nnd nro transacting thel
business with cnutlon. Ho sayH that
when tho war oiuIh the factories en
gagod in making munitions nnd war
material will of course close and
thon tho men engaged In thoso pluces
will linvo to bo put to othor lines of
work which will mnko iitto a dlf
fcronce. lie thinks Hint tho end of
tho war would mean much to tho
Pacific const lumber busluer.H as It
would lower freight rntos nnd make
nioro foreign Hliipmonts.---Imuhcr
"Tho lumber business Ih lair," said
Capt. Dollar, "but tho rates aro so
Continued on Pago Two.
SECUItE .MAItHIAUE MCENSE
Carl Stoyko nnd Mrs. Emma Ilolf,
both of Mnrshfiold uooiired a lleouso
to wed at tlio county scat this after
noon. Mr. Stoyko rccoutly bought
tho Mhoral Pool Hull.
WAN'I-S I'lNOEIt PHINTS
(Jernwiny (eulns' JMore Examina
tions Of PaSNKU'N
llr AHitrltlM Vtnut In l'n ll.jr Tllr
AMSTEIIDA.M, Holland April 27.
- In addition to tho new passport
restrictions which havo Just como
Into force in Germany, It Ih ro
ported that the government Intends
to lutrndii'.-o flin DertlllotV yi)em
of recording fingerprints, which pre
sumably will npply to all foreigner)).
WHITES A PLAY
(ermiiii Princess In Author
fflf Anlile1 ftm t Cno Mr Tlmn.,
DEItLIN, April 20. -Princess
Maehtlld Llchnowsky, wfo of the
late German Ambassador In I.ohjii,
is tlio author of a now piny JiiHt
produced at tho Lcsalng Theatre
In Horlln. The play Is a tragody,
in blank vorsc, called "A Game of
WINTEH IS MILD
tllf AvkIi.1 I'rte to Con liar Timet.
nUCIIAItEST, Itumaula, April 20.
This winter has hnou the mild
est which Rumania has experienced
In nioro than twenty flvo years.
Snow and rain combined reached a
total of only eleven millimeters in
December which Is les3 than a third
of the normal. Tho lack of sovoro
weather has bon foitunato In vlow
of tho Bhortago of fuol.
fur At."fllf1 l'rM to Coo tl.r Time I
TOKIO, April 28. Preliminary
steps have been taken for the for
mation of an association of
American residents In Toklo.
underlying Idea Is a patriotic one. i
The organization will hold dinners'
from tlmo to tlmo for the discussion
of tho3o questions which are Inter
esting the people of the United
Ir. Leslie, Osteopath. Marslifleld,
IS BECAUSE 5ffiBJ USE FOR
That Is Indication Today at
German Embassy In
Visit of Gerard To Emperor
William Topic of Much
Interest Among Officials
WOULD ABANDON PRACTICE
In Ciiho This Is Done the Submarine
Warfare Would Ho Immediately
Stopped nnd Clash Thus '
IIEKIIN .MAHICKT SHOWS
.much iiiri'i'icu i'i:i:i,iN(i
Moilnlnl I'rtyit to l' llajr Timet
IIEHMN, Apr. 28. (Wire
less to Thu Asud. l'retta, via
Tuckortown.) Itorlln stock
exchange, tho principal avail
able' Index to the popular
expectation on tho Gorninu
Amerlcnu situation, continues
to Improve lu tone. Tlio
market Is characterized In to
day's report iih virtually
in; AMorlatxl 1'rMi lo Citot IU, TlmM.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 28.
Dispatches received nt the Gorman
embassy today from Berlin Indicate
that Germany will attempt to moot
tho Aniorlcnn demands for tho Imme
diate abandonment of tho prcsont
practices In .Submarine warfare The
r.nturo of tho proposals Ih not dlii
clobod. DAS NOT VET HEAltD
Count von eriistoff hau not been
advised whether tho suggestions ho
recently mado to hla government nt
mo invuai.on oi ino roroign ouico,of Apr, ,-0.s7 (iorlimn mvn rrt.0H
linvo been adopted. The vIhII of Am- UCHtr0yod n largo irrltlsh guard ves
biiHMiilor Gerard to Emporor William I 0, 0 (ho 1)oKBOrl),ulU ,, ,rol,K,t
vnut tlio tople of
broad Interest ln',
AHIHVE IX FHAXCE
Ur AimmI.IH I'rrM In 1'im. llajr Tlinr
PAUIS, April 28. A dla
pntcli from .Marsolllon reports
the arrival thero of a further
contingent of Russian troops,
tho number or which la not
TWO HUNDItLD IX
Are Incensed a Frwl lllssell, of To-
peka, Suspecteil of .Murdering
lllr Aawxltlnl I'iVm to Coua lujr Tlmi
LANSING. KansiiH, A.nil 27. An
gered bystorloH of tho murder of
KdnaDliiHiiioro In Topoka Tuosday,
two liundred convicts today woro
dlsporaud after they had attempted
to attack Fred lllssell of Topoka,
nuspopted of crliu?, lu tho stuto
III AwetUtck) I'imm to Cow lr Tlmrt
LIMA, Porn, April 27. Dlstanco
In relationship regulatos tho tax o'n
Inheritances or all kinds lu Pern
by u racont law. Inheritances of
children from parents aro taxod 1
per cent, whllo thotw from the most
distant relatives or strangers are
taxod 10 per cant.
SEE SUMMERHOME RESORT
on beautiful Ten Mile Lake. I,nw
i-oiiimI trip rate. Sites 'or cottages
KU0 to 15.00. Terms. Nt-lort
thoiono now. Laugworthy and Hodges.
(1)7 Aiwxlited I'rMi - rf TiroM.J
TOKIO. April 28. Japanese
Swordsmlths have received orders to
supply 5,000 swords to tho Entente
Allies. They are for tho use of officers.
cStcx "yv - &Wa
1 Consolidation of Times, Const Mall
nnil Coo Day Advertiser.
LOSS OE BOUTS BIG
OFFICIAL FIGURES AHE GIVEN
OPT IIY ENGLAND
0er Seven Hundred Iliuo llcen De
NtrojtMl Since llio War llo-
Illy AuncUlil I'tfM In Cona tl.r Tlmra.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 28.
Ilrltlsh estimates of tho European
war'n toll of merchant nhlpj, given
In figures today by tbo Department
of Commerce, put tho numbor nt
7.10 with a tonnage of more than
The Allied vcphoIb kut numbor
r;i8 and neutral 1'JS.
Tho British lost was lit); French,
nil; Husslnn, KH; Italian, 27; Del
glau, 10; and Jnpnucuo II. This
docs not include tbo loss of 2117
trawlers by tho Ilrltlsh, teven by
tho French, and two by tho llylglsus.
CREW IS DESEDTED
IIV Hl'IIMAHINi: .MANV
.MILES FltOM LAND
.Men Weio On ltiltlt.li Stoamer In-
diisti-y Which Was Sunk
Phkcjl Up Later
tllr AtiixltoJ riru In Com Hr Timet.)
LONDON, April 28. Tho Ilrltlsh
steamer Industry, -t 0-t t tons gro.'s,
was sunk by a stilininrlnc, which left
tho crew of tho vessel In open boats
120 miles from land. Tile emw
was picked up by the Aniorlcnn lin
DESTROY II VESSEL
(lEIt.MANS KEPOItT ATTACK
HIUTISII (JUAItl) MOAT
Also Take a I'Mslilug Steamei
llrlug It Into Port us n
llf AunclaliHl I'l'M In '"" Unf Tlnirt,
IIIOIILIN. Anrll 28. Tho admiral-
... nnnoimcod today Hint on tho iiIkIU
u fHllK Htiranior as a prize.
GERMANS DHOPJIOMHS ON RUS
Evidently Caused Damage as I'iro Is
Observed on Ono of tho
tllr AhhkIiIM l'(rM In L'n( liar Tlliltl J
HERLIN, April 28. ( WImIurh to
Tuekertown.) An offlclul rqport of
tlio Gorman admiralty today an
nounce that three German aeroplanes
yootordny dropped .11 bombs on tho
Russian battleship Slavn. Sevarnl
bombs aro said to have takon offcet
and a fire on tho battleship was ob
served. LONDON PAPER TELLS OF THE,
Says Umi of .Military Should
Avoided as Far as It Is
(llr Auotlatxl I'reM to Cuo liar TIuim.)
LONDON, April 28. Dealing with
the Irish situation, tlm Dally Chron
icle urges the government ugulnsl
tho adoption of too hareh measurefl.
,It says: "Whllo strong military no
tion must bo first osnontlal, wo hope
trials uuilir the martial law and thu.
i.so of tho military for anything hut
.crlctly inilltnry operations will bo
avoided ns far us poBulblo."
The Federal (Jrauil Jury Takes Ac
(11 Aolatt4 rrnaa to Cno liar Tlniu.)
NEW YORK. April 28. The fed
oral grand Jury returned Indictments birthplace at Laugport recently and
today against eight Gormann arrested 'among other things said. "Nowhere
on a charge of conspiracy to placo Is ho more appreciated than In the
bombs on muutlos ships of tho A1-' United Htutej wliore ho Is looked
lies, and against Dr. Walter T. lupou aa tlio foundar of a now era
Schoolo. president of the Now Jorsey.lu the study of political economy,"
Agricultural Chemical company, the
alloged leader, who Is not yet ar-, Dr. D. O. VaughaB, Dentlt, Ria
The Russell Strikes A Mine In
Meditcrrcncan and Is Des
troyed PART OFTREIAJ DIE
One Hundred and Twenty-Five
Officers and Men Missing
According to Report
OTHERS ABOARD ARE SAVED
Cost of Vessel Was Flvo .Million Dol
lars Tills Is tho .Eleventh DlK
Fighting Ship England Has Lost
Resides Thirty-Five OUicra
tllr Ai taint l'n tn Coo liar Tlmrt.J
LONDON, April 28 Tho sinking
or tho Ilrltlsh hnttlo ship Ituaooll wan
announced today du tho following
"II. M. 8. RiiBsoll, carrying Will
Jnm Rowdou Smith, It. N., and flying
the flag of' Hoar Admiral Foromnntlo,
struck n initio lu tho Mediterranean
yesterday and sunk.
Some Men Iost
"Tho admiral, captain, 24 officers
and 07(1 men woro Bavod. About
121 offlcors and men aro missing.
A (lormnu submnrlno was sunk oft
tho enst const yesterday. Ono of
ficer nnd 17 man of tho crow ur
rendored and woro mado prisoners.1'
Tho IliiBsoll wna completed la 1805.
nn displaced 1 1,000 tons.
Cost Five Million
Tho Itussoll wan armed with four
12-Inch, twelve 0-Inch, 13 3-inch and
hIx .1-pound gumi nnd four torpedo
tuhos. Her cost was $5,000,000.
Tho Russell Is tho elovonth Dritlrfli
battleship lout during tho war. The
others woro tlio Audacious, Irulwark,
I'ormldablo, Irresistible, Oconn, Goli
ath Triumph, Majestic nnd King Kd-
murd VII. lu addition nbout 3S othor
Ilrltlsh wurnhlpii of various clnwes
PARIS REPORTS NO ACTIVITY IN
HUH No Indications of Any Import
nut Mows on (ho Eastern Huttle
irif AMrlal1 rmi w "" Iter TtaM.i'
LONDON. April 28. For the
first tlmo In many duy.i Paris ro
poitn no notable activity, oven by
tlio artillery In tho verdun region.
Thoro wus artlllory flro about
Aorcourt and Esnoo. Wo3t of Pont-A-Mouohoii
thero was somo trench
fighting. Tho remainder of the
western front Is on lot. Thoro Is
still no Indication of Important mil
itary inove.i on tlio Eastoru front.
GERMAN OFFICIAL WILL CONFER
Minister of Navy U-uvei Horlln To-
day for Army Headquarters on
(llf AMiltl4 fi- to Ikm tut Tla.
HERLIN, April 28. (Wlrolcsj to
Snyvlllo.) Vlco Admiral vou Cr
pulle, who Biiccootlod von Tlrplz last
month iih minister of tho navy, left
Ilerlln Wednesday to conlor with Em-
poror William at army headquarters.
Ainbussudor To V.
(llr' AMMMlalul l'm lo Covf Uar TlnM.)
LONDON. April 28. Viscount
liryce, foimor ambassador to the
United States, uuveilod a momorlal
tablet to Walter Uagohot over the
doorway of tlio political econouilst's
10, First National UnHK tiHlidfM