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Locomotive And Seven Cars
Of Second Section Of 54.
Leave nails And riimge
Down Embankment; Oae
Redding, Cal., Dee. 20. Many pas
sengers on the second section of
train Number 64, through Portland
passenger ,traln, miraculously escaped
injury or death today when the lo
comotive and seven forward cars
leaped the rails and hurtled down an
Two Pullman cars toppled V-shaped
down the high embankment and
the other cars tilted over against the
side of the cut. The track was torn
up lor seven car tengtns. It cannot
be cleared -until tomorrow and traf
fic wilt be delayed.
The .only, person Injured was E. C.
watts, -UaKiana, . baggage man. Hia
thumb was crushed.
The standard Pullman was empty.
The diner was crowded and breakfast
was scattered in every direction.
The cars derailed were fpur bag
gage, one tourist Pullman, the diner,
and the standard Pullman.
A broker rail caused the wreck, it
m oenevea. .
BILL 46 TO 30
UP FOR ACTION
By Ii. O. Martin
wasmngton, Dec. 20. The senate
foreign relations committee today, by
a vote or 7 to 8, ordered a favorable
report on the Knox resolution declar
ing peace' between the United States
The vote was strictly on party lines
benator Lodge, chairman of the com
mittee, who was instructed to report
the resolution at . once, went to the
senate with it immediately.
Measure Retunmig lines To
ywners Wow Goes To Con-
lerence With House; Mc
Nary Sugar Bill Approved.
Washington, Dec. 20 Senator Knox
today presented to the foreign relations
committee comprehensive amendments
to his resolution declaring peace be
tween ihe United States and Germany.
The amendments provide for repeal
of the resolution dclarlng war, passed
by congress in April, 1917, provide for
protection of American material inter
ests covered by the treaty, such as the
possession of German shipping; state
this government's adherence to the
principle ot a league of nations, with
out referring speciifcally to the pend
ing covenant and assure our European
allies that the United States will co
operate with them in settling up the
war problems and in maintaining the
Washington, Dec. 20. The senate
foreign relations . committee today
took up Senator Knox's resolutions
proposing , to bring about peace be
tween the United States and Germany.
Senator Lodge and other members
of the committee predicted that it
will report favorably the resolution
declaring that a state of peace exists.
The Other resolution provides for rat
ification of all portions of the Versail
les treaty except those relating to the
league of nations . '
Several democratic members of the
committee are away and the republi
can majority will have no trouble re
porting either resolution, Senator
Hitchcock administration said today.
He added that neither had the slight
est chance of adoption by the senate.
The proposal to ratify the treaty
without the league covenant is, how
ever, growing in favor among sena
tors who want early action on some
basis. But even these regard it as a
last resort and would not vote for it
now. - (
They are ready to support it if all
efforts to adopt compromise reserva
tions fall. Senator Thomas, Colorado,,
democrat, is the latest recruit to the
Broup favoring this plan. Thomas said
today h cannot vote for the treaty
so long as it contains the league cove
' nant and the labor provisions in their
Thomas (declared Knox's! other
Plan is beyond the power of congress.
ttnaTUngton, Dec. ao.-The seni
ate lnle today passed the Cummins
ralhoad bin providing for return ?
of the railroads to private owner
ship and control The bill now
goes to conference with the house
.7e" ao pa the
Bscl bill. The vote was it fo So
Waiihimton, Dee. sotL
todav ptarterf it,, i . . . '
siaeraticn of the nnmmin. !,.. . ...
A final vote was set for 7:30
Before .taking up the Cummins bill
the 8er.ale acted on the McNary 8ugar
bill which continues government con
trol for another year.
Atacking the Cummin, mi i ...1
, , ' uii 1U LIU ui ii-
Ing his substiute for continuing gov
ernnifrnt umtrol and operation of the
railroads two more ven st- t
I Folletto declared the American peo
Iple ht.ve been misled into the belief
iu niirn or to roads to private con
trol will save the country from $200 -000,1-09
to $300,000,000 a year '
SALEM. OREGONT r
PEA CE B YNEWYFA ? 7 c
PELD AS IMPROBABLE
By Henr xejt . . " -,
itirj UB aliOW
faris. DeC. . "
stUI glimmered in .h i Snt 01 peac
summered in the distance toHv
col wouirt Ka .7. r upe lne Proto
newy.Ar n,hL-..?c.Vve before the
"early" i5 mo. "
-auses in tht,
which the m. e
'or slnklne nf tl . mpensation
eet nZnl yr many
. .. McNary Bill Approved.
Washington, Dec 20. The senate to
day concurred in house Am en rim An ta n
the McNary bill-extending government
uoiurot oi sugar through the next year.
Washington, Dec. 20. The house to
day tst.nt to the president the bill ex
tending powers of the sugar eauisation
board through the vear 1920 it ac
cepted the amendment of the senate to
end the licensing system of Droducera
and large users of sugar on July It '
1820. .'. .
M the chief can- , ass,sned
befn,l"eTtI f not mad, effecUve
the dWM In
the end of the n'ZZ1"
come void. This will necessitate sign!
Jng of an additional protocol by the
Germans, in whieh th -
to canj out the clauses of the Versail
les pact and the term8 of the armlstlc
lne German nvi .,....
P n "Kv,w (iiaisiea
Germany cannot now deliver the four
hundred thousand tons of marine ma
terials demanded for the Scapa Flow
ed to manufacture thw material, and
h I'iver them to th. mi, s fast as
The ttve llKht cnjiMm ..j v..
Franct cannot be spared by Germany,
the .xperts said. She need, them for
coast patrol duty. They asked to h.
auowedto build these .hip. and deliver
them upon completion.
Tho French answered this request by
saying they needed th. cruisers as
badly as Germany and that if the Ger
mans were allowed to renew construe
tion of warship, thev wmiM imme
diately launch another naval building
Bnttrh delegate. Kid they could not
modify tno original demands made up
on Germany without instruction, from
London. Thew hav. asked for .uch
instructions, they .aid.
Mean;.. ne, in face of all th -
Acuities delegate, were making a fi
nal effort to "get together" with the
Germans, but there was little indica
tion any ugreement can be reached be
fore New Year's Day.
PROFERRED AID Of
Harrimonton, N. J., Dec. 20. That
"Billy" Dansey is still alive and is in
San Francisco was the tip given At
lantic county authorities today by Ar
thus B. Keeve, writer of scientific de
tective stories, who investigated the
Dansey mystery for the Newspaper
Enterprise association, a news feature
service with headquarters at Cleve
Tiie information came to Reeve in
a letter postmarked Pittsburg, the
Dansey's former home. Keeve turn
ed the letter over to Prosecutor Gas
kill. The substance of the letter fol
lows: Couple Lost Child
"A former New Jersey woman mar
ried a rich San Francisco man. This
i thoir only child. The be
reaved mother saw Billy Dansey's pic
ture in a magazine last summer and
decided to kidnap him.
This woman before ner mat -
was acquainted with a stol -live
of Hercules Dansey, Jr., Billy s
'The San Francisco woman decid
ed to hire this man to k dnap Bn.va
The man ana a conicuo. -Hammonton,
kidnaped Billy and band
ed him over to tne w "I
Pacific coast, who were waiting near
yC;fanutomobileh The kidnapers
went to Florida with Billy.
Corpse is !-"-
the case arouseu
Chicago, Dec, 20. The National
Wholesale Grocers' association today
refused to drop its suit against the
big five" packers before the federal
Clifford Thome, general counsel
for the grocers, said the suit will be
dropped only If the packers and the
government produce a detailed state
ment of the agreement and present
conclusive evidence that the meat
packers will withdraw permanently
from the grocery field.
J. Ogden Armour said today Arm
our and company would sell their in
terests in every stockyard company
close out their grocery business and
discontinue all unrelated Jlfies ' at
The Chicago Stockyards company,
a Maine corporation wltn a capital!-
sation of $8,000,000. owned jointly by lnve()tlKnted the circumstance.
ine live ui& pauitvis, . mo wm-oa"
Junction Railways and Union Stock
yards company, a New Jersey corpo
ration, and the Union Stockyards and
Transit company a $13,200,0000 Illi
nois corporation, will be dissolved,
United States District Attorney
Charles F. Clyne announced the grand
jury investigation into the packing
industry had been dropped.
Legislation For Dealing
With Reds Beag Drafted
Washington, .Dec. 20V (United
Press.) Drastic legislation to deal
with ail forms of violent radicalism in
the country whether it be the work of
"wnen wm - - h.nnme
. . t irinnuueis
Wide interest, w their
frightened and again caned n thelr
two accomplices a
wo men were k ' .
near the Dansey home. A body
was obtained from a
nf New Jersey " i
aliens or American citizens, will be kidnaping.
the edge oi r - ... Reeve gives
The letter produced g g.
the names of the 8m i r
drafted by the house Judiciary coram
ittee. Representative Husted, of New
Yark, chairman of the judiciary sub-
commltce on radicalism, today Intro-,
John iior.. ----- M ouring the
md. perl.1 l from the com
tcentbl.rd and his b 3T
ducnrl j tnntnti,,. hiu n Hooi telth such in his caoin
-lork a rancher on Puget Ur
alorK, a during the
dead several days.
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PEACE TREATY BALLOT
1 I favor compromise on reservations with immediate ra
cation of the peace treaty and the league of nations covenant,
, 21 favor ratification, but only with all the hoe reservaUoM'-
31 favor ratification, but only without any reservations
I am opposed to ratification In in any for
Sign and mail to Capital Journal.
Santa is Coming
All Right! He's
Got 165 on List
Santa Claus won't be able to get all
around in Salem this year. But he's
taking care Of the children just tne
Today he sent letters to all the
Cherrlans telling them of the children
165 in all where they live, and
hat the want, and ordered tnem 10
... a. ill PVaiiUnB
get their girts reaay. a.i -"
ivin? lists of children for whom
gifts will be bought are instructed to
r .. h , iiiv. wranned ana
nave " b
addressed, and at the Commercial
club by net Monday night not lat-
Thi will srive Santa Claus a
chance to check over them and see
that no one is forgotten.
A letter was received by the Cner
rians Christmas Cheer committee yes
terday fro. ma little girl residing in
the country. She had iaborously pen
ned, in her best printing hand, her
wish for a little .weater "and if it
won't be too much I'd like a pa r of
Id boots," It read. Santa wont be
able to get out there, either but he
hasVrranged that this little , -ha.
receive Just what her .ittle nean
tor many little kiddles.
Refusal to accept the comfort, or
even the bare necessities of life be
cause of alleged miserly Inclination.
Is given as the cause of the death of
Enrest Mader, 75, who succumbed
Saturday December IS, to cold and
the effect, olea lingering illness in
an old shack on the Emanuel Kyle
place near Aurora. Contrary to re
ports first given in regard to Mader's
death, it haa been ascertained that
the building was weather proof and
that neighbors had brought food to
the aged recluse and had built a fire
in the stove the night previous to his
. . Gordon W.1 Watts, who , has bean
appointed administrator of Mader's
estate, which consists of personal
property valued at about $1600, ha.
found that there had been sufficient
bedding in the building tor months
but that Mader, in an alleged derang
ed condition, had refused to use
these articles and had utilised bit. of
burlap as covering. When Mader died
there were various article, of food in
the house, including 2 loaves of bread
pastry, canned tomatoes, oatmeal and
also a supply, of wood provided by a
neighbor, and which Mader i. said to
have refused to accept.
Mader's only known relative and
heir is said to be a brother who re
sides in Germany and whose present
whereabout. I. not known.
Freight Crashes Ttrcsgh En
gine And Two Cars Of Pas
senger Special h Northern
Maine Early This Morning.
St John, it, B., Dec. SO. (United
1-resa.i Fifteen person, were killed
and $5 Injured today when a special
west bound passenger train collided
head on with an east bound freight
on the Canadian Paolflo today near
onawa, Maine. Of the dead. 11 were
passenger, and the other, trainmen.
The accident, according to early re
ports, wa. due to the freight', failure
to take aiding for the special. The
special wa. carrying about $00 pass
engers from the Canadian Pacific
steamer Empress of France, which
docked here yesterday.
First reports mid that moat of the
dead and Injured were In the first car
of the special which wa. telescoped by
tne freight. The wreckage caught fire
and it was said that come of the eas
ualtte. resulted from person, caught
in the debris being burned to death.
BY 4,806 MAJORITY
Dec. 20. The
0 iHlilLO III UiUUUi
DURING PAST YEAR
COST OVER MELUON
Strike, in Oregon during 11 cost
employer, and employe. approKlrnate
ly $1 500.000 in time Ions, according
to figures filed with C. H. Oram, state
labor commissioner. Of thi. amount a
loss of $U0M50 Is admitted by the
employers while the admitted loss to
the Industrie, affected Is given at
$m,000 with no figure, available
from several Industries.
Employes in shipyard, lost an ag
gregate of $490,000 because of idle
nes. due to strikes. It i. estimated
while the loss to the shipbuilding
plants is placed at $05,000.
The laundry worker, were also
hard hit by strike, with an estimated
loss of $480,000. Employer, of laun
dry worker, place the low to the in
dustry because of the idleness of their
plant at only $10,000 while the same
source credit, the employe. with a
lose of nearly $0.000.
The strike of the telephone opera
tor, resulted Is a loss of approximate
ly igg 000 to the employes. No fig
ure, are available for an estimate as
to the lose incurred by the companl.
Tailors are out approximately $81.
000 because of lot time during the
.irtke while, the lose to employing
till" U Placed at an additional $:0.
000. . . ' .t.i.
rral workers iol -. '
ii J58 tbroutrn iaien "
Miiwaus.ee, -.., ,i,trlct
Flftb Wisconsin con. .
8en v' ,, another attempt to in.es whli, the
to wasnins" - ,fc .ntrress re- strike oi m. ... ,m.,.H
assume tne wi , re- shut down oi -
rcenW refused bim on
"Be'rRcr defeated Henry Bodenstab
8Pecial etion Lfr Hi. vole
7 to ms oiiw"
in " M 1 :'rf,,n,ent h!l! ! io. Ji- .r.
Btf' flr the. ":?ru can.
.. . l. i.j.in nnlv 1500.
only $l! f"m lrik cau-.ReT
oniy in-ttir bwel-
resentatives ui ...
the iom "" " ..
with a lone oi
UoO to the employers.
out 13000 eue
Urikes and carpenter. $125. No
victory Hemocrsy In to etnae. -"""- . ,UM
b'"r -nie end a U of
.hA? :" tale. and canned fruit. W! lndu,triefc
Ihe recent heavy freeze.
Montieal, Que.. Deo. 10 Sixteen
persona were reported killed or burned
to death In a collision ot two Canadian
Pacific train, today near Onawa,
Maine, and more thnn a More Injured.
According to information received
here, a v special carrying passengers
from tne Canadian Pacific steamer
Einpn.se of France, which docked yes
terday at 8t John, N. B., crashed Into
a freight train. The latter telescoped
1(he engine and forward car. ot the
special. The wreckage took fire,
The following statement wa. issued
at the Canadian I'aclflo office, here:
"At 1:1$ o'clock Oil. morning, one
mile east of Onawa, Maine, a freight
train collided with a special train from
St. John carrying steerage passenger.
who landed from the Empress of
France and were bound for the west.
The fnight train went throw the en
gine ana. two. care of the special. As
the wires are ail down a. a result of
the accident, the number of casualties
has not yet been ascertained here. Re
lief trains left at once from Urown.-
vllle, Maine, and Megantlo, Quebec,
with doctors, nurses and relief an pplle.
of all kinds."
Twelve Are Killed.
Eight passenger and four trainmen
on the special train were Klileu, ac
cording to reports from the scene of
the wtcck, when the freight ploughed
through the heavy locomotive and first
car of the special,
A relief train with doctor, and nur
se, was sent from St. John.
The ei,cla! was carrying passengers
who arrived at Ht. John on the Em
press of France yesterday.
Among those on the vessel were two
diiughttik of th Duke of Devonshire,
governor general of Canada; Lieuten
ant Colonel W. A. Bishop, V. C, fam
ous aviator; Sir Reginald Tupper, Rear
Admiral C. D. Keighley Pencil, Hon.
George P. Graham and Lady Hamilton.
According to a statement here none
of the above Is known to have teen on
the sptcml train.
Steamer J. A. Chnns!or G023 C::
Nodes Near Capz Blnnco cn 3
Breaks In TwoOaly Tlircc,
Including Captein, Savede
Bandon. Ore.. Dec 20.Thft AeA;atA nn tnlr. t
A. Chanslor, bound for San Frrancisco, light, is on tv.a
rocKs iwo nines norm oi uape bianco ana only three of
thirty-nine members of the crew. , are known to have
Portland, Or.. Deo. $0, Francis
Jackson, son of C. 8 Jarkson, publish
er of the Oregon Journal, was making
the trip from Portland to (tan Francis.
co on the oil tanker 3. A. ChansJr,
which w a wrecked early Thursday
night otf Cape Ulanco, Oregon.
Jackson, who wa not a regular tea
man, relieved the second assistant en
gineer for the one trip, just tor the
No report, have reached Portland
whether Jackson was among the sur
vivors. Jackson wa. signed a. seoond as
sistant engineer just before the
sel left Portland, taking the Im of
Tlbbetts, whose name appears la the
list of the crew.
Marsluield. Ore., Ieo, It.-Rope fur
the wifely of Francis Jackson of Port
land, wn of C. 8. Jackson, publisher)
of the Journal, Is slight, according to
Captain A. A. (lawyer of the oil tanker
J. A. Chanslor, which wa. wrecked otf
Cape Ptanco Thursday mornln.
"I am sure Jackson did not get eft
Into the lifeboat," said Captain Raw
yer, wi.o Is 111 with pneumonia In l
Randoa hospital. "This lifeboat was
the only one to leave the ship and
carried ten men. The other, were pick
ed up from the water as the boat drift
ed away but both died from exposure.
"A s illor nknied ftooley and another
sailor hoe nam I hav not learned
"The khlp struck a rock and th fore
part was torn away. The .tern wa.
washM asnore. Tne uoat struca Bet
ween a mil and a mile and e half
north ot Cape Blanco." '
One hundred and twenty
five ballots have been received
at th Capital Journal's cfflce
a. a result of th first week,
voting on the ratification of
the peacs treaty. They reflect
th. sentiment among Capital
Journal reader, regarding the
Thst the treaty ha msnir
friends In this vlclllty is shown
by the feet that only nine vet,
were received opposed to rutl
flcation In any form and ill
for ratification In some form.
Beventy-flve ballot, were
received for ratification with'
out any re enrrtion., IT for
compromise on reservation
and only four favored tb
The ballutlng will be contin
ued for another week. If you
have not already expressed
our views, do so at one. The
ballots will be forwarded
Kokhk Plans To Cede
Part Of Siberia To Japan
Paris. Dec. An "n""nf
report from Ba.1 wre Admlra K -chak
bead of the Huln entl-bol-shevik
government In Siberia has no
tified th. I'nlted Btate In .vent lb.
.lllee decide to abandon KuU
will b compelled o fed pert l Li
beria to JPan ,OT Jttl,n
aid against the bo!hvtkl.
8M REPUTED TO
be capable orncdt
Portland. Or., fee. SO Mrs. Sawyer,
wife of Captain A. A. Sawyer, of the
oil tanker Chanslor, sunk off Cape
Blanco, Or., Thursday night, received a
message from Dandon, Or., at 1:40 to
. Viy that hr husband Is safe In the
hospital at Itandon wtin a broken rib.
Cainaln Sawyer I. so badly hurt be
I. uniibl to talk.
Th niessag to Mrs. Hawyer said
thst besides her husband only two oth
er r"n of th Chanslor's entire crew
were suvnt Their names er not re
The captain s wife, before leaving
for Ilandon. stated she had originally
Intended lo acorn rany her husband
on th fatal trip, but abandonsd her
plana shortly betor the departure of
A Christmas party, ah said, had
been planned upon the shins arrival
here, following the return from Kan
Francisco, and shs had already pur
chased many presents for personal
friends among members of th crw.
Portland, Or., l. SO. Murine
men her dew rib Captain A. A Saw
yer of th oil tanker J A. Chanslor,
which wss wretked off Cap Wane
Thursday availing, as a very efficient
and capable m captain, though on
of th youngest on the Paolflo coast.
Sawyer Is H year old.
Captain A. A. riawyer, master ef
it, ,.il Idtiikur J. A. Clttuiaiui. m reik-
d off th et of ure.on, ssd re
ported to b on cf the three serviv
or, from a crew of J mo, Is B
tlv Callfiirnlan. ;
Sawyer's mother, Mr C. A. Saw
yer, live In ti4rkely.
Official of th Associated OH com
pany statd that Kawyer had wad
a vey good record for their company
during th last five or sis r! de
viously he rrd as first mat aboard
the 8 Ventura of the Oceanic
HimhlP Hoe, plying between n
frsnelam and Australia.
Sawyer Is only thirty fir years eld,
relatives said lo-Jiy. Tb Chawrfor
was hw firs 'P '" hroegll cl-
dent. '. .
The horn tt W. II
. . .. i- i. iim,rk Mrs, Ji. hi
wife, has durooty III fr a
wk. and has lt wn tma
probabl death of her hnoband.
(OTTO! CROP SHORT
Washington.' Dee. .-Hob gin-
red to lJrmbr 11. totalled
Kt running bale, tn "";
.,,n.Ud Wd.y, . compared Wth
1.211,11 balre W Iceir.BT .
Captale Sawyer I In the hospital et
Ban dull. In a serious eondtltr.a and hi
unable to talk. On of the ti)sr kitw
survivors t William Ksnlr.
Th nam ot the third man la st,t to
be Dooley, One ef the twa t In a pri
vate home tn Bamlon and th Ci,-r tss
; being tired for at th Cape htann
Mr. Bawyer left today for Random,
very much upset by the catastrophe
ana worried for the welfare ef her
Three Washed AiOwim
Th three known survivors war
washed ashore. Whether the othwe
reached wifely or not Is not known.
Captain Robert Johnson and th
coast guard crew from Unniton a pa.
trolling the coast for mllee and eer
effort i. being mad to eornb the
shore for possible aurvlvorm.
The ship apparently .truck reek
before being beached. The vessel
brok la two and only the bridge la
showing eboT the sea.
Only on llsebeal left the chin after
she struck. Thi boat carried tea men
and two1 other were picked up treat
th sea. an dsad. The other ot th
two did from exposure.
Th lifeboat mad It way north dnr
Ing Thursday night and Friday, reaua-
ing a point II mile north of Cap)
nimtro and about tour mllee nortH r
ilandon. Her an attempt was uitdm
to reach shore through the .urthce et
tit boat eapslsed, .v .
The wreck occurred In a dene fog.
Officers of the Chanslor are;
Captain, A. A Sawyer; first etfU
eer, W. II. Keeee: aacond off leer, Ht
Norton; third officer. K. Ham", chief
engineer, Thomas Seymour; first s-
stslanl nglur, Kd ttaweltfr; ea
ond aaslvtant engineer, J. Tlbbntl;
third asalatant engineer, W, Jordhai
Mo further details of the
tton of the J. A. Chanslor off Cape
lilanao, had been received by eftl
clals if the Associated Oil eempany
"Our only ward has been through
pre reports," it wa said,
19. Stringer, carpenter: C. Pfaritarb,
jboatswaln: F. Kasiilm, steward; F.
'Scott, first rook; J, Klelnhan. -.
jvnd ooiiki F. Ptmibeugh, wlrelaaa; C
uomiuiiy, waiter: i itnor ana j, suu
to, tuees men; O. Drysdttle, 14, Mnrkle,
tt, Hal. A. Mann. A. Huhn, II. Vlns,
K. Smith, 11. Frederlekson and W.
rtasaniuaeen, seamen! F. llanaen, K.
Idililwln and K Miller, water Ufid
ersj M. Jones, V, Sttlsov and U. Axei-
sun, oilers; O. Santos, i, Krltlkes. It.
Alvisu, V, Trantrup, J. Kavsaeugti
and A. tlmhiim, firemen,
No pasaengsr. were carried by lb
oil Mmer, th company report
fasseiigdr carrying bring contrary tu
(he company' regulatitma The erw
Includliiit lit aster end 1 fleers wee
composed of 3 J limit.
Three IKxIlee FouimI
Three unidentified boitlee have b"
Few of th Chunslnr'. crew Were
saved at best, sccordtng to llwoiey.
who tells grim story ot the eutfer-
Ing of thoe who look the HMwaia
and floundered around throughout
Thura-ltiy night and Friday In the
According to ail avslishi rson
th Chanslor struck Cap Itianeo reef
at I p. m. Thursday vnin It is
thuught th greater Prt of h erew
perished end only thw neer th to
of th craft were able to reach the
lifeboats before th Chanslor broke M
two and went lo th bottom.
Cane Blanco project about I W
miles from tb general trend f th
coast. It Is a small, ear wiw.
terminating swward In a cliff 11
fuel high, with lowland behind H. A
large, hlirb rock Wee close eader the
south side of h cape, Frum sea
ward th cap Is not prominent. t
from northward or southward appears;
Ilk a moderate low bluff Islet,
TOWARD BORDER U!I
fly Ilalph II. Term "
(United Frees f eirrepedeot I
laecho Villa and hi bandit fore)
are sppreartung tb K Orar.de WMfc
Mexican federal troop in ! S
mt, Oaaeral liarrasaB. miBiater el
war anaouncet tei'- .
.. .i if Villa ha4 ee-
cased from the sis of Chlhaahue b
croe-ed Into CoahutU. he 'vel
northward sa w few . .
"VrW-... of Coahutla li
ward of Chlhtwhua d bruers the
Km Orand. from vtch.lU-
rado to I'residK., Taa The F
muntale sd from fifty m" M
151 wiles from th border ,
TIm. war minUier .l reports of
.hlon.en- ef arm mueiiloee
Th, Ut,,;n ef -lig a special ta
t. dlra h ln'"',r,